www.serve.ie/human-solidarity/ Alt sár mhaith atá scríofa ag Fiachra Ó Braonáin maidir leis an ngéarchéim san Afraic. Is iarscoláire é Fiachra a bhí ar an gcéad tionscnamh de chuid SERVE/Coláiste Cois Life. Léigh an t-alt ar fad féachaint an féidir libh cabhrú ar aon bhealach. Bailíonn brobh beart.
A very informative article about the present crisis in Africa written by our past pupil Fiachra Ó Braonáin who was involved with the first immersion project SERVE/Coláiste Cois Life. Please read to the end to see how you can help. Every little helps. ... See MoreSee Less
Tionscnamh SERVE. Tá Coláiste Cois Life ag obair i gcomhpháirt le SERVE ó 2013, ag tiomsú airgid do SERVE, eagraíocht charthanachta atá ag obair le pobail imeallaithe sa domhan atá i mbéal a forbartha. Bhuail tragóid Mozambique ag an deireadh seachtaine. Rinneadh damáiste ollmhór don dá ionad oideachais ina rabhamar ag obair. An féidir an leathanach seo a roinnt le cairde & iarraidh orthu é a roinnt chomh maith.
Coláiste Cois Life has been working in partnership with Serve since 2013, fundraising for SERVE, a charitable organisation working with marginalised communities in the developing world. Please read the article below regarding a cyclone that has battered Mozambique. Our students worked in two educational centres for young people in Beira & Dondo and these have been severely damaged. Please share this with friends and family and also ask them to share this post.
🇲🇿PLEASE SUPPORT OUR MOZAMBIQUE APPEAL🇲🇿
Over the weekend, Cyclone Idai battered Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. 90% of the city of Beira in Mozambique has been severely damaged or destroyed, displacing hundreds of thousands of people, and the death toll continues to rise as relief efforts take place on the ground.
We are aware that both the Young Africa Manga campus in Beira and the Dondo Agri-Tech campus have been severely damaged during this climate-related disaster. The roofs from the girls hostel, the school and the creche on the Manga campus have been completely destroyed, walls have fallen and the campus is submerged in flood water. Dondo has also been severely affected. The Dondo Training Centre has lost its roof and windows with just the walls remaining.
This is a breaking story that we will update as we receive the information.
Beira has been home to Young Africa and SERVE volunteers for over 10 years. Young Africa has been supporting young people in Mozambique to live independently through practical and life skills training for over 10 years.
Please donate what you can to support the relief efforts to allow Young Africa to rebuild and continue their life-enhancing work with young people in Beira and Dondo. ... See MoreSee Less