anniversaries are normally a time for celebration. a time of rejoice and happiness. this is nothing to celebrate.
the 15th march 2013 marks a two-year anniversary. two years since the start of the uprising in syria. two years in which the children of syria children have endured appalling suffering. the children’s plight is hidden within this conflict and this needs to end, it HAS to end. we all need to act quickly and we need to act NOW.
“these are children from a school on the edge of a slum. origionally a wooden hut teaching 25 children it’s now been extended, built with blocks and teaches 250! these little ones followed us around as they really wanted their photo taken so that they could see themselves in the preview screen!”
today in ghana, the most wonderful ladies will be hitting the town. well actually no, not the town but four projects which have the support of comic relief. did you know that the very first red nose day took place an unbelievable 25 years ago tomorrow and to mark this spectacular occasion and the 600m raised, comic relief would like to celebrate the progress in africa and the difference that has been made by the money raised by the british public.
we’ve never met, you don’t know me, i don’t know you
however i know a lot of people who do know you
they have told me your story