23-02-2017 by redazione
If you live in Malindi area, or you stay there for long periods, maybe you'll even have second hand clothes or other objects that you may do without.
From an old middle-operated appliance to household utensils, or toys and bedding.
Anything can become an opportunity to help the headquarters of the East African Woman Malindi League (EAWL) who for years spends himself in favor of needy women and girls in the area.
The collection has already started and the point where they can leave the second hand objects is the Johari Garden Restaurant, on Lamu Road (opposite the DTB).
Of course you can support the association, which in Malindi is coordinated by some British women, including through direct financial donations.
For this and other information EAWL activity you can write to the email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tel. 0701863848 (English).
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