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Re: African Opportunity - from IYPF newsletter

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  • ACTWID KONGADZEM
    Dear Janet, Thanks very much for the email. Yes, we the members of ACTWID KONGADZEM shall be happy to work with Markus especially on ARTEMISIA TEA.We know
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      Dear Janet,
      Thanks very much for the email. Yes, we the members of
      ACTWID KONGADZEM shall be happy to work with Markus
      especially on ARTEMISIA TEA.We know Janet that you are
      always with us.
      Wendi



      --- Janet Feldman <kaippg@...> wrote:

      > Hello Dear Markus and Wendi,
      >
      > So delighted to hear from you, see that you are
      > working together, and abt this news, Markus! Wendi,
      > I hope some of the AK youth can go!
      >
      > In March, I will hope to highlight some food stories
      > related to women, and hope Wendi will too. Markus,
      > your interest in including women is important and
      > crucial, and that's why working with Wendi at HH and
      > Meaningful Inclusion will be an invaluable linkage!
      >
      > I believe that artemisia, which Wendi will focus on,
      > can be made into a tea, which relieves symptoms both
      > of malaria and HIV/AIDS.
      >
      > Markus, thanks so much for everything you are doing
      > and adding to our work and groups, and Wendi too! I
      > believe I have an email to respond to, which I will
      > hope to do in March. My apologies for the
      > delay...it's been a series of things the past few
      > months, and I am offline a lot now on a family
      > project. But your efforts are greatly appreciated,
      > even if I am "silent" admirer (may I say that your
      > efforts suit me to a "tea", haha?!)!
      >
      > With all best wishes and blessings, Janet
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > >From: markus petz <councillortothewise@...>
      > >Sent: Feb 25, 2007 1:24 PM
      > >To: Janet Feldman <kaippg@...>, Ognyan
      > ogi Kovachev <ogniancho@...>, Olivier Moukala
      > Bangama <cnp_cb@...>, Ken Davidson
      > <kdavidson@...>, Sara Hajjaj
      > <sarahajjaj@...>, "Dr.Chukwumuanya Igboekwu
      > John-kennedy" <drmuanya@...>, adessou Patrick
      > kossivi <adessoukossivi@...>, Kenya KVDA
      > <kvdakenya@...>
      > >Subject: African Opportunity - from IYPF newsletter
      > >
      > >African Youths Meet in Cameroon to Talk Development
      > >
      > >For two days, (March 27-28, 2007) 50 young
      > Africans,
      > >representing some 40 Youth led Projects, and coming
      > >from some 20 African countries, will be meeting in
      > >Limbe, Cameroon to discuss development. The meeting
      > is
      > >an initiative of ‘Maya Initiatives Int.’, Cameroon
      > led
      > >by Pochi Tamba and ‘Youths for Human Rights Int.’,
      > >Liberia, led by Thomas Mitchel.
      > >
      > >The theme of the NAYD (Network of African Youths
      > for
      > >Development) Summit is ‘Sustainable partnerships
      > among
      > >African youths for development’.
      > >
      > >The youths present will be dicussing ways of
      > sharing
      > >resources amog themselves in order to better
      > achieve
      > >their developement goals.
      > >
      > >To know more about this event and its future
      > actions,
      > >contact Pochi Tamba at Nayd2007@....
      > >
      > >BE THE CHANGE! : Small Grants from Peace Child
      > >International
      > >
      > >Peace Child International has created the "Be the
      > >Change!" Programme (BTC!) to support young people
      > >under 25 years of age with small grants of US$500 -
      > >US$1,000 to get involved in local community action
      > and
      > >development projects.
      > >
      > >Projects must be genuinely youth-led with two
      > >experienced and committed adult mentors, and
      > benefit
      > >the community rather than an individual need. All
      > >projects must have measures of achievement
      > >(indicators) by which projects may be evaluated.
      > >Projects may be either income-generating (funds to
      > >start up a small business and creating jobs) or
      > >non-income generating (for health, education,
      > >environmental clean-up or community improvement)
      > >social projects.
      > >
      > >To apply, download the application form from the
      > >website and send proposals to the appropriate desk
      > >officer at Peace Child International before the
      > >deadline of March 31 2007. Visit
      > www.peacechild.org
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      >
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      > > | For the dawn is almost upon us
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      > > | May we die with it in our grasp...
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