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OT! Relief Work for Tsunami Victims

I know that several of you on the list mention Heifer International
before the holidays...and I am on their e-mailing list. If anyone is
interested in helping with the tsunami survivors...here is a good
organization. Just an FYI.

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From: "Heifer International" <info@heifer.org>
To: "Jesse Bell" <silverhawk@flash.net>
Subject: Heifer Announces Tsunami Rebuilding Efforts
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Dear Jesse,

I wanted to share this important message with you regarding our
work in the areas affected by the tsunami:

Heifer Announces Tsunami Rebuilding Effort

As relief and aid organizations work to meet the immediate basic
human needs of tsunami victims in South and Southeast Asia,
Heifer International is preparing programs that will help
victims rebuild their lives over the long term.

Heifer has committed $1 million for programs to provide
training, livestock and related help to victims on the coast of
the Indonesian island of Sumatra and elsewhere in the region to
rebuild lives and farms over the next few years. 

Heifer International's Asia field staff is completing an initial
assessment of conditions in areas devastated by the tsunami and
has recommended that Heifer expand existing sustainable
development programs in Northern Sumatra, one of the areas
hardest hit in the disaster. The epicenter of the earthquake
that spurred the tsunami was just off the Sumatra's northwest

Heifer has helped small farmers on the Indonesian island for
more than a decade. The existing Heifer projects are inland and
not directly affected by the quake and its aftermath. Coastal
communities, however, are in dire need of resources. Heifer will
reach out to those communities and support families in their
efforts to rebuild.

Heifer Indonesia staffers and partner organizations already on
the ground will work together over the next few years to rebuild
agricultural production, increase family incomes and support
housing, education and public health efforts.

Thank you for your support,

Jo Luck, President and CEO

Click on this link to contribute to the tsunami rebuilding
efforts. http://ga1.org/ct/9p2-LAp1kq_k/


Visit the web address below to tell your friends about how
Heifer is working in areas affected by the tsunami.


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