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CAFOD is a major British charity that has been fighting third world poverty since 1962.

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CAFOD PROJECT CAFOD is a major British charity that has been fighting third world poverty since 1962. We believe that all human beings have a right to dignity and respect and that the world's resources are a gift to be shared by all men and women, whatever their race, nationality or religion. CAFOD is the English and Welsh arm of Caritas International's, a worldwide network of Catholic relief and development organisations. With the help of our network of Regional Organisers throughout England and Wales, CAFOD works in partnership on over 1000 programmes worldwide. CAFOD is a partnership organisation We don't just give money to poor communities and walk away, or just support projects in emergencies. ...read more.


Money that could be spent on health care, education and food supplies is being drained away to pay interest on debts to rich creditors, such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Through CAFOD you can be part of a continuing CAFOD Debt Campaign and call on world leaders to finish the job started by Jubilee 2000CAFOD has a network of 12 Regional Organisers throughout England and Wales. The organisers role is to manage and support volunteers who give personal visits & talks and work at events to bring the concerns and work of CAFOD and its overseas partners to people at local level, especially in Catholic parishes and schools. ...read more.


The lava destroyed the commercial centre, schools, medical posts, and left up to 150,000 people homeless. A quarter of the city was left beneath the hardened lava. The money will be used for the emergency relief effort and the long-term rehabilitation of the people of Goma. CAFOD hopes to use some of the funds to allow schools to reopen as quickly as possible. Donate Now you have read this project you may feel that CAFOD is in need of money to help people in third world countries all around the world. You can do this by donating money to them, there are several ways of doing this, and they are: 1. Go online to www.cafod.org.uk/donate 2. Send money through the post to: CAFOD FREEPOST Romero Close Stock well Road London SW9 9BR UK 3. Telephone 0500 858 885 (free phone) ...read more.

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