Australian Relief Organisation Orphanage Refurbishment Project in Malawi


Date posted: September 24, 2019

Australian Relief Organisation (ARO) is running an orphanage refurbishment project in Malawi. The project will improve the living conditions of 120 orphans in the orphanage.

The project depends on the donations to provide funding to the orphanage for general maintenance works required such as paints, bricklaying etc.

Should you wish to assist vulnerable youth for housing, please click on https://aro.org.au/ongoing-project-donations/, choose Yes and follow the prompts for Sadaqa donations.

Source: Facebook , September 17, 2019


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