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A Market Stall

$150.00

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Give a tea or food stall to a South Sudanese mother so she can support her children.

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Your gift purchase will fund business skill training and mentoring for displaced mothers in South Sudan.  The programme provides start-up funding for small stalls selling food or cups of tea at the town market or on the main road.  The women have had little if any schooling.  The mothers want to give their children good food, the chance to go to school and medicine when they are ill.  Most have fled their homes after years of violence and conflict.

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Your gift purchase will fund business skill training and mentoring for displaced mothers in South Sudan.  The programme provides start-up funding for small stalls selling food or cups of tea at the town market or on the main road.  The women have had little if any schooling.  The mothers want to give their children good food, the chance to go to school and medicine when they are ill.  Most have fled their homes after years of violence and conflict.

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