A card made by disabled women in Zambia

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A card made by disabled women in Zambia

This card comes from Zambia in Africa. I got in Dromantine Newry at summer camp last year. The leaders go to Africa every year with friends of the Africa. This card promotes the needs of people in Africa and highlights that even though they are disadvantaged they are still reaching out to other areas of the world for help. Poverty affects many people in the wider world and by buying this card I know I have helped someone out there. That gives me hope that in time things will change.

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