A kitchen for the children and young people of "Cicetekelo".

In the heart of Misundu, Zambia, the Cicetekelo Project, run by the Pope John XXIII Community, is dedicated to welcoming and caring for street children and young people living in hardship and poverty. Every day, 300 meals are prepared, but today there is a problem to face: due to a malfunction, the industrial equipment used for cooking has burnt out. The urgency is to find the resources to buy new ones. Help the children and young people of Cicetekelo, every contribution is important!

A kitchen for the children and young people of "Cicetekelo".

In the heart of Misundu, Zambia, the Cicetekelo Project, run by the Pope John XXIII Community, is dedicated to welcoming and caring for street children and young people living in hardship and poverty. Every day, 300 meals are prepared, but today there is a problem to face: due to a malfunction, the industrial equipment used for cooking has burnt out. The urgency is to find the resources to buy new ones. Help the children and young people of Cicetekelo, every contribution is important!

In the heart of Misundu, Zambia, the Cicetekelo Project, run by the Pope John XXIII Community, is dedicated to welcoming and caring for street children and young people who live in conditions of hardship and poverty. The young people involved in the project receive housing, food, education and job training. They also have the right to a dignified life and are therefore accompanied on their path of growth, until they are reintegrated into the community.

The days begin early at the Center and, after a quick breakfast, the children sit at their desks at school, while the older ones prepare for job training and sports.
Between one activity and another, the morning passes quickly and the belly begins to make itself felt! At the sound of the 12 o'clock siren, everyone goes to the Center's canteen where children, young people and operators share a meal. A good plate of Nshima, a cooked maize flour that is the basis of the local diet, is just what is needed to recharge their batteries and face the work and activities of the afternoon.

For some time now, however, when the 12 o'clock siren sounds, there have been long lines, delays and problems in preparing meals - as many as 300 every day! Due to a malfunction, in fact, the industrial equipment used for cooking has burnt out, creating many difficulties in the organization of lunch and dinner. It is therefore urgent to find the resources that will allow the Center's canteen to become operational again and to be able to prepare the necessary meals for all the children and young people of Cicetekelo!

The cost of the kitchen equipment is € 7,000 and reaching the goal means being able to return the certainty of a hot meal to children and young people who know hunger and hope never to have to experience it again.

Help them now, donate now or multiply your contribution by creating your own personal fundraiser to share with your friends and relatives. The network expands and together we reach the goal! Every contribution is important for the children and young people of Cicetekelo!
Come on, are you in?
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YOU CAN ALSO DONATE BY BANK TRANSFER OR POSTAL BULLETIN.
Name holder: Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII - ONLUS
Causale: 22R008 Cicetekelo Kitchen
IBAN: IT04 X030 6909 6061 0000 0008 036
POSTAL ACCOUNT: 12148417

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In the heart of Misundu, Zambia, the Cicetekelo Project, run by the Pope John XXIII Community, is dedicated to welcoming and caring for street children and young people who live in conditions of hardship and poverty. The young people involved in the project receive housing, food, education and job training. They also have the right to a dignified life and are therefore accompanied on their path of growth, until they are reintegrated into the community.

The days begin early at the Center and, after a quick breakfast, the children sit at their desks at school, while the older ones prepare for job training and sports.
Between one activity and another, the morning passes quickly and the belly begins to make itself felt! At the sound of the 12 o'clock siren, everyone goes to the Center's canteen where children, young people and operators share a meal. A good plate of Nshima, a cooked maize flour that is the basis of the local diet, is just what is needed to recharge their batteries and face the work and activities of the afternoon.

For some time now, however, when the 12 o'clock siren sounds, there have been long lines, delays and problems in preparing meals - as many as 300 every day! Due to a malfunction, in fact, the industrial equipment used for cooking has burnt out, creating many difficulties in the organization of lunch and dinner. It is therefore urgent to find the resources that will allow the Center's canteen to become operational again and to be able to prepare the necessary meals for all the children and young people of Cicetekelo!

The cost of the kitchen equipment is € 7,000 and reaching the goal means being able to return the certainty of a hot meal to children and young people who know hunger and hope never to have to experience it again.

Help them now, donate now or multiply your contribution by creating your own personal fundraiser to share with your friends and relatives. The network expands and together we reach the goal! Every contribution is important for the children and young people of Cicetekelo!
Come on, are you in?
----
YOU CAN ALSO DONATE BY BANK TRANSFER OR POSTAL BULLETIN.
Name holder: Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII - ONLUS
Causale: 22R008 Cicetekelo Kitchen
IBAN: IT04 X030 6909 6061 0000 0008 036
POSTAL ACCOUNT: 12148417
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