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As we celebrate THANKSGIVING, we at CALD International would like to wish you all a blessed celebration filled with joy. May we always remember the enormous blessings we receive daily and in return reach out to those in need in our communities. Once again Thank you all for your kind and generous hearts when called upon to show compassion to those in need.
May you all be blessed now and always
I have been following Kelechi's (at Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria) messages about the fight at Kafanchan on facebook, this is disturbing information and pictures of dead people bodies burning, people fleeing and the kafanchan market burning. This is the local news link from the Sahara Reporters http://saharareporters.com/news-page/post-election-riots-kafanchan-burns?page=2 titled Post Election Riots: Kafanchan Burns.
We all understand the impact this would be to FF family, community, friends, clients, partners and work that has been build through hard work for years to make a difference in this community. "One week of fighting can destroy years of hard work" I understand this situation because i experienced the 2007 post election violence in Kenya, the TT project that had kicked off well stopped due to politics and fighting.
From history, these grunges in Kafanchan or the the north central Nigeria between Christians and Muslims have been there for years and t…
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 12:00 MIDNIGHT EASTERN STANDARD TIME MONDAY JANUARY 27, 2014
The Washington Fellowship is the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative. President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across Africa. The Washington Fellowship, which begins in 2014, will bring 500 young leaders to the United States each year for academic coursework and leadership training and will create unique opportunities in Africa for Fellows to put new skills to practical use in leading organizations, communities, and countries.
The online application for the Washington Fellowship is currently available. Completed applications, including all supporting documents, are due by 12:00 midnight Eastern Standard Time, January 27, 2014. All applications must be submitted via the online application system. The application instructions provide detailed…