Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development (TKOFCD) To Host Fusion-Sensations Taste of Africa Dessert Concert To Raise Funds for Health and Sanitation Projects in Africa
PR-Inside.com: 2014-08-21 18:08:27
Edmonton, Canada -- TKOFCD is inviting the general public to its 2014 concert: FUSION-SENSATIONS TASTE OF AFRICA DESSERT CONCERT. Come. Sit. Reflect. Taste. Engage. The dream is the same in every part of the world – HEALTHY COMMUNITIES. Join us @ Eaglemont Christian Church, 5002-62nd Street, Beaumont, Alberta, October 4, 2014, 6pm. Come savor exotic desserts to the thundering drums of Wajjo African Drummers, the lightning steps of Mattierin Irish School dancers, and Scottish bagpipes. Tickets ($30) at www.tkofcd.org or email@example.com
Where is stability? Where is safety? In healthy communities! This is the bedrock of TKOFCD’s dedication in partnering with communities in Ghana where 5000 cases of cholera cases and 45 deaths have been recorded since July 2014, a situation caused by very poor sanitation and environmental degradation. TKOFCD has spent over $40,000 on preliminary studies, community engagement, a multidisciplinary team of experts’ (engineers, urban planners and architects from North America) travel to the community, and architectural and engineering plans for a health and sanitation project for La, Greater Accra, Ghana.
TKOFCD’s perspective is holistic – teaming up with indigenous organisations and community governments and combining education, infrastructure provision and management to nurture positive attitudes, awareness, and responsibility to what good health is worth among urban slum dwellers. All that stands between TKOFCD’s continuing support and implementation of the sanitation projects in these communities is your kind participation. Until you give you won’t know how much you care.
Come support healthy communities! Get to know us @ www.tkofcd.org
About The Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development
The Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development (TKOFCD) is a non-profit Christian development organisation based in Beaumont, Alberta, Canada. TKOFCD is in partnership with indigenous non-profit organisations in Africa to bring about holistic development to their communities.
TKOFCD pursues structural changes to development protocols in poor urban and rural communities in Africa, by providing technical assistance and funds to provide education, credit, housing and health facilities in partnership with indigenous organisations in Africa. It has operated since 1998 under various names including KpoKpai Development Association.
Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development
The Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development
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