There are many ways in which you can support the Marshal Papworth Fund and help many more students in developing countries to grow themselves out of hunger. All the money you help to raise will be used to make a lasting difference within rural communities across developing countries.
• Why not do your own thing? Organise a coffee morning or cake sale, arrange a tournament and get participants to pay an entry fee, have a clear out and sell unwanted items at a car boot or garage sale, open up your garden for the day and ask visitors to make a small donation, or why not organise an auction of promises
• Become a Marshal Papworth Friend
• Undertake a charity event or challenge on our behalf
• Volunteer your services to help build our annual ‘African village’ in July
• Organise a community/school fundraising event
• Make an annual or one off donation to help support a specific student or element of our scholarship programme
• Mention the Marshal Papworth Fund in your will.
The opportunities are endless. For more information on how you can support our Fund please contact Sandra Lauridsen on 01733 363514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lorna Akeyo Oketch Kenya||Domanicus Otieno Thuma Kenya||Bahiru Asfaw Bonsema Ethiopia||John Eluru Opio Uganda||• • •|
Lorna is currently working for Self-Help Africa as a Ward Agricultural Extension Officer with the ‘County Government of Siaya. Her role is to implement agricultural projects and programmes in the ward, as well as providing training in leadership, group dynamics, cassava crop agronomy and cassava value chain.
Domanicus is currently working with the farming community in his locality, he is the secretary to Cassava Cooperative Society and Chairperson of Alego-Usonga CBO.
Bahiru is working for NGO Sustainable Natural Resource Management Association. He is the Project Facilitator for a tenant natural forest within his target area.
John is currently working for Farm Africa as a Field Extension worker with the ‘Katrine Joint Farmers’ Cooperative Society ltd.
|Alioune Fall Senegal||Modou Ndao Senegal||Shadrack Yoash Nyugwa Tanzania||Doni Tufa Gurara Ethiopia||• • •|
Alioune currently works for West Africa Farms – G’s Senegal as a Field /Irrigation UV controller.
Modou currently works for West Africa Farms – G’s Senegal as a radish line and flag trimming Supervisor.
Shadrack is currently working for Tanzania Forest Conservation Group as an Project Agricultural Officer.
Doni is currently working for Vision of Community Development Association in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as a Project Officer (funded by Tree Aid).
|Yamikani Yafeti Malawi||Claudine Anne Dayo Philippines||Samuel Sahr Saffa Sierra Leone||James Denis Onyinge Uganda||• • •|
Yamikani is currently working for the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Department through National Resources Authority (NWRA) as a Water Recourse Officer.
Anne currently works for the Aurora State College of Technology as an Instructor mobilizing indigenous people, farmers and fishing folk towards sustainability and self-sufficiency.
Samuel is currently working for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry & Food Security as a Rural Agriculture Extension Officer.
James is currently working for World Vision Uganda, an international Non-governmental organisation that works to build resilience of the vulnerable farmer for livelihoods, as Project Manager for the Developing and Delivering Bio-fortified crop (DDBC) project.
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