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OFF Board Meeting

On July 20th the Orphans Foundation Fund Tanzania Advisory board met with the administrative staff of O.F.F. as well as with the founder Dr. James Lace and with Senator Jackie Winters from the State of Oregon. We discussed financial oversight … Continue reading

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Advisory Board Meeting at Kibo Palace

The Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met on November 18th to discuss the progress made thus far regarding advances in the accounting and banking procedures, human resource management, organization structure, current project results, future strategic planning, land development Kikatiti and … Continue reading

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Advisory Board Meeting at Kibo Palace Hotel

This past Monday evening, July 26th, 2010, the local Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met at Kibo Palace Hotel for a few hours of strategic planning. We discussed the role and importance of the local board drawing our collective knowledge … Continue reading

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New Recruits for Adulthood

We have completed the surveying and recruitment of street children for the 2nd year of the Orphans Foundation Fund / CORDAID Street Children Project. Word must have gotten around because throngs of young men and women volunteered to participate, and … Continue reading

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The Success of Skilled Employment

The graduates of the Orphans Foundation Fund / CORDAID street children project are reaping the benefits of their skills with applied diligent effort in their workplaces. Here are some new photo of them on the job. Thank you to all … Continue reading

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From Childhood to Adulthood

Our recent graduates of the Orphans Foundation Fund / CORAID Street Children Project have moved from simply being apprentices to appling their new skills in the workplace. They have realized that learning and hardwork applied to the free market, is … Continue reading

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