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Solar Lights Across Africa

Solar Lights Across Africa

In 2014, CAF America made two grants to SolarAid totaling $421,000. The grants’ primary objectives were to (1) cover SunnyMoney’s costs associated with raising awareness of SolarAid’s research and work and (2) fund the distribution of solar lights in remote rural areas via local school campaigns. The grant has enabled the distribution of 130 quality-approved solar lights, providing 800 people a safe and efficient light source.
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Kyengera Women’s Hospital

Kyengera Women’s Hospital

Since November 2013, CAF America has approved grants totaling $705,100 to support the mission of the Bannabikira (Daughters of Mary) Sisters. To date, the Sisters have used these funds to purchase materials and pay labor costs for the construction of the Kyengera Women’s Hospital, which is expected to be completed late 2015.
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Kyengera Women’s Hospital

Since November 2013, CAF America has approved grants totaling $705,100 to support the mission of the Bannabikira (Daughters of Mary) Sisters. To date, the Sisters have used these funds to purchase materials and pay labor costs for the construction of the Kyengera Women’s Hospital, which is expected to be completed late 2015.


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Camp Oochigeas: Where Kids can be Kids

In 1983, a group of volunteers set out to create a summer camp unlike any other in Canada – a camp where children diagnosed with cancer can feel adventurous and can just be kids. Located in the province of Ontario, Camp Oochigeas (affectionately known as “Ooch”) is the only overnight camp in Canada that is… CONTINUE READING >>

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