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http://www.womenseducationpartnership.org

Happy Christmas Eve to Everyone!

I live in a quiet Spanish village just outside Madrid. Although it has suffered terrible loss this year because of the pandemic, it’s a world away from Khartoum and the problems faced every day by the Sudanese, assailed by Covid and the aftermath of flooding earlier this year. In this, perhaps the strangest of Christmases in recent times, though, my little village is reaching out across the miles to Sudan and the work of Women’s Education Partnership in supporting our Christmas Day Sponsored Walk tomorrow.

My village, Chinchón, in the winter snows. See more of my lovely village in https://chinchonpictures.blog

Could you help us too tomorrow – on Christmas Day? We are doing a 10-Mile Sponsored Walk to raise money to repair severely damaged elementary schools attended by our sponsored orphans.

Every donation counts. Every donation makes a huge difference. You can donate below.

See Rebuilding Hope and From Hardship to Hope Our Orphans Schooling Program for more on our Orphans Elementary Schooling Program.

http://www.womenseducationpartnership.org

Below, scenes from some of the schools we support. See more in Christmas 2020.

Just click on the link below to donate quickly and securely. You can donate in any currency, though your bank may charge you a conversion fee for currencies other than dollars and sterling

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?pageId=1210035

Part of our route tomorrow.

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