Wood World Missions

DESTRUCTION OF OUR ORPHANS SCHOOL BLOCK IN MALAWI BY HEAVY WIND

SUBJECT: DESTRUCTION OF A SCHOOL BLOCK It was on Sunday, September 27, 2009 when very strong wind resulted in the destruction of one of our school blocks. The last block from the office, is the one, which has been destroyed completely to ground level. Only sluggish pieces of iron sheets have been collected, which cannot even put in use again. The remaining blocks are at risk of facing the same disaster, if no protective measures will be put in place. The blocks have already started faulting with continuous shaking of roofs. Which means no student will be allowed to get into the classes until safety measures are carried out to prevent avoidable accidents. Those are the picture s of the destroyed block also destruction with that heavy wind. Please help us so that the orphans can attend their school Wongani Gondwe (Secretary) Any Donation to (www.woodworldmissions.org ) In pounds £4,350.00 In Malawi Kwacha Iron sheets =1500.00each*112 =k168, 000.00 Cement = 2,270.00each*120=272,400.00 Door flames=5,500.00each*4=22800.00 Lime =2000.00each*40=80,000.00 Wire nails=350 per kg *10 =3500.00 Roofing nails=300/kg*15=7500.00 Timber2*6=650each*48=31200.00 Wire 10KG=350*5=1750.00 Timber2*4=550 each*34=18,700.00 Solgnum*5000each*2=10000.00 Bricks=k2.50each*60,000=150.000.00 Transport=k5000.00*12 trips=60,000.00 Sand=5,000 Trip*12trrips=60.000.00 Total =884,550.00 £4,350 in UK pounds

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The remaining blocks are at risk of facing the same disaster, if no protective measures will be put in place. The blocks have already started faulting with continuous shaking of roofs. Which means no student will be allowed to get into the classes until safety measures are carried out to prevent avoidable accidents. Again this is why we need your kind support. Wood World Missions in its effort to bring hope to Aids victim’s especially orphans and women, who often suffer innocently and silently, offers education and support to them. It also provides home-based care to people living with Aids. The charity’s aim is to empower victims psychologically, spiritually, socially and economically. Lets show our faith and care by our works and supportive action. Please help them, as every donation that you send will go a long way. I urgently needs to raise £4,350 for the school which is urgently needed. May you be lest assured that Wood World Mission is the right channel for your supports never void but accomplishes its purpose by taking your support to the right people at the right time. Again any amount will help us a lot. In pounds £4,350.00 In Malawi Kwacha Iron sheets =1500.00each*112 =k168, 000.00 Cement = 2,270.00each*120=272,400.00 Door flames=5,500.00each*4=22800.00 Lime =2000.00each*40=80,000.00 Wire nails=350 per kg *10 =3500.00 Roofing nails=300/kg*15=7500.00 Timber2*6=650each*48=31200.00 Wire 10KG=350*5=1750.00 Timber2*4=550 each*34=18,700.00 Solgnum*5000each*2=10000.00 Bricks=k2.50each*60,000=150.000.00 Transport=k5000.00*12 trips=60,000.00 Sand=5,000 Trip*12trrips=60.000.00 Total =884,550.00 £4,350 in UK pounds Any amount will help make a different Please help us so that the orphans can attend their school http://www.youtube.com/woodworldmissions Any Donation to (www.woodworldmissions.org ) Address: Wood World Missions 238-240 London Road, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4 3HD, United Kingdom

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