We are pleased to report that World Food Programme (
Former Feed the children) have put us back to their
programme w.e.f. January 2011
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5/9/2009 - Portland Tribune, Kerry Eggers, interviews Kermit
Washington about how he founded Project Contact
Africa and if his life was not changed by that
fateful night 12/1977, he may have went into
Politics. » Kermit
Washington Portland Tribune Interview
4/1/2009 - Ron Artest has been a invaluable
contributor to our efforts in Nairobi, Kenya. We
would like to help promote Ron's Xcel University
with an introduction and link. Please find a link
here with a portal to his homepage in which you will
find information about Xcel University. » Ron Artest Special Thanks
» Xcel University via RonArtest.com
3/25/2009 - American University will, once again,
hosting our yearly "Fast For The Hungry". the
DC Project as
well as others will be taking part in the event. We
will be having some big names showing up. Please
keep checking back for updates
12/1/2008 - Please Help us raise money by
purchasing from our
eBay Store. It is hosted by eBay and ran by
local etailer, Rezcandles.com. We have NBA
Autographed shoes, Computer Software, Scented
Candles, Paintings, Electronics..etc. All donated to
use for fund raising.
10/8/2008 - The Fast for the Hungry Fundraiser
ended with a successful $25,000 in donations. Over
20 students started to participate with the fasting
and more information will be added as well as
interview with Kermit Washington.
10/1/2008 - "Starving for the Hungry" fund raiser
will kick of today at American University in front
of the SIS building. We have set up a page in which
supporters can chat amongst each other and talk with
Kermit Washington when he is able to log in.
» Chat with Kermit and supporters alike.
9/24/2008 - More details on "Fast for the Hungry"
which commences on October 1st 2008 at American
University's Main Quad, Housed in a tent in front of
the SIS building.
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To promote access to and the delivery of quality medical care to underserved populations living in slum areas.
To promote grassroots community-based projects that create sustainable long term relationships and projects that improve the basic quality of life for people living in the slums, especially in regards to water, sanitation and basic health services.
To promote relationships between US and Kenyan medical personnel to improve access to quality healthcare for people living in the slums.
To provide medical supplies, medicines and medical expertise to organizations in Kenya working with people living in the slums.
To provide a structured educational learning opportunity for students and volunteers from around the world to participate in the alleviation of poverty and suffering in slum communities.
To promote research directed toward improving the health care and living conditions of underserved slum dwellers.
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