10,000 signatures at Turtle Bay

03/06/2011
10,000 signatures at Turtle Bay

The NGO "Aimes Africa", which provides Togo and elsewhere in Africa free medical and surgical care to under-served populations, hopes on providing benefit from a recognition by the United Nations. Not just a status, but the possibility of obtaining funding.
For this, it needs 10,000 signatures of support from individuals and organizations. Its president, Michel Kodom, does not despair of reaching that goal before next June 23, when he will present the activities of the NGO he founded and directs, to the UN.
It will later benefit to establish the Office of Aimes USA in New York.
Mr. Kodom will attend the establishing ceremony of the members of the French section.
To support the recognition of Aimes by the UN, send an email containing the names, address, city, country and phone and mail.
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