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The Gambia Red Cross Society Letter of Acknowledgement

The Gambia Red Cross Society Letter of Acknowledgement

I acknowledge receipt of a quantity of second hand clothes and medicaments presented to the Gambia Red Cross Society by the Liaison and Organising Secretary of the Kingfisher Trust in the Gambia, Mr Simon B. Wezel, on Wednesday 7th August 1996, at the Red Cross National Headquarters.

Over Seven villages In the Upper River Division, 425 Kms from Banjul flooded as a result of a heavy and continuous downpour of rain. The Gambia Red Cross made an appeal for •assistance in favour of the victims in the press.

The Kingfisher Trust responded favourably by providing the above mentioned relief items.

In this light I wish on behalf of the National Executive Committee of the Gambia Red Cross and on behalf of the beneficiaries, my profound gratitude and appreciation to the Kingfisher Trust and to those organisations, notably the Boys Scouts of Britain and the Tools With A Mission, for efforts and time taken to gather such valuable materials.

I wish to assure you that these materials will without doubt be forwarded to the victims of the flood disaster.

Once more, thank you for your initiatives and concern for humanity. I look forward to a stronger collaboration between our institutions

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