IE Africa Club Dinner Event to Launch The Kuelimisha Initiative

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IE Africa Club Dinner Event to Launch The Kuelimisha Initiative

IE Africa Club May 22, 2012
English
Only available in English

The IE Africa Club in Collaboration with the Foundation for African Leadership in Business invites you to a Dinner Event to Launch The Kuelimisha Initiative.

The IE Africa Club in Collaboration with the Foundation for African Leadership in Business invites you to a Dinner Event to Launch The Kuelimisha Initiative.

 

Tickets Price: €35


The dinner will have an array of West and East African dishes and will cover a three course meal including desert and wine.


€10 on each ticket goes to the Kuelimisha Initiative Fund.

 
For tickets please contact:

 

Andrew Tarawali (atarawali.imba2012@student.ie.edu) IMBA Nov 2011
Mujeeb Smith (adekunles.imba2012@student.ie.edu) IMBA Nov 2011
Grace Funmi Odushola (fodushola.imba2013@student.ie.edu) IMBA Apr 2012
Eniola Harrison (eharrison.mcc2012@student.ie.edu) MCC Sep 2011



‘Kuelimisha´ Ki-Swahili for children aims is to prmote Africa´s development process by providing support to primary schools and students across the African Continent in the form of books, educational material, scholarships and other resources.


The first phase of this project aims to raise five thousand US dollars ($5,000) to fund the purchase of chairs and desks for the girls section of the Holy Trinity Primary School in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The Headmistress of the school has identified this as the most pressing need of the school as this time.
Kuelimisha also hopes to provide at least three scholarships to those girls at the school who perform the best in the national primary schools exams for gaining admission to secondary school. Each Scholarship would be worth three thousand US dollars ($3,000) and would cover the girls’ entire secondary school education ($500 a year)


Further details of the Kuelimisha Initiative will be available on www.albfoundation.org soon.

Venue Kim Bu Mbu, Calle de Colmenares 7
SPAIN, Madrid
Date & Time May 22, 2012 / 21:30 Horas
Language English
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