|village in Equitorial Guinea|
$617.40 from one company and
$75 from another
What will that give me?! All the basic medications and supplies to get things going. Prior to coming to Honduras, I went to hospitals that donated medical supplies to me, I put on vitamin/over-the-counter medication drives at various churches, and my own home church put on a "baby-shower" for me and brought me in all sorts of infant supplies. I'm in a different situation right now as I'm not in the States, and everything that I collected for 2 years prior to leaving for Honduras, and all the medication/supplies I collected over the last 8 years while in Honduras, I am leaving behind. So I need YOUR help! Let's see what I can raise in the next month to go toward the purchase of the medications and supplies.
It's SUPER easy to give - just click HERE and your tax-free donation will go toward the purchase of supplies and medication. Send me a quick e-mail at email@example.com to let me know the donation is toward this drive, and together we can make this happen!
|Baby with malaria|
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U.S. Department of State (http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2001/af/8367.htm)
Human Development Index (http://hdr.undp.org/reports/global/2002/en/indicator/cty_f_GNQ.html)
All Africa (http://www.allafrica.com)
Amnesty International (http://web.amnesty.org)
Basic Information (http://www.exxun.com/EquatorialGuinea)
World Bank (http://www.worldbank.org/gq.html)
International Monetary Fund (http://www.imf.org)
U.N. Development Program (http://www.undp.org)
Country Profile (http://us-africa.tripod.com/eqguinea.html)