Africare continues its new Pass It On! Campaign with a spotlight story about one of our own: Alassane Aguili, Program manager in Africare-Mali .
Tucked away in Northern Mali near the fabled city of
Timbuktu, villages in the Circle of Goundam are thriving.
are growing rice, they are growing wheat, they have micro-credit programs,
nutrition and health programs… and all in the middle of the desert,” remarks Alassane Aguili, program manager for Africare-Mali,
a leading development organization working to improve the quality of life in
Africa. “This makes me proud because
they’re moving forward.”
Alassane has seen the transformation of Goundam first hand.
He grew up just 12 kilometers outside the Circle and remembers seeing Africare
trucks travel to and from his village some 20 years ago.
Read Alassane's FULL story now!
Here you can read a detailed story about Alassane, the Africare-Mali Food Security Projects, and watch a video testimony straight from Alassane!
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It's Africare's new campaign to connect YOU to
people overcoming major issues impacting the African continent, issues like
unsafe drinking water, food insecurity, and the growing number of children
orphaned by AIDS.
Each month, the campaign will bring you a new powerful
testimony told directly from the individuals who see, work with, or benefit
from Africare‘s assistance on the ground.
Each story is packaged in a format that is
ready to “pass on” to a friend or someone you know through video, social
networks, and even your phone!