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Project 1640 ....... Kenya

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The project:

This project is located in the Migori County in Kenya and will accommodate over 3000 students. Its objective is to provide drinking water, latrines and bathroom sinks to eight rural elementary schools and a medical clinic that have no access to these facilities in the Migori region and surroundings. The total project cost would be $ 53,673.00 US

The request:

December 15th, 2015

Dear Jean and Fatima,

It is with great hope that I speak to you today to get financial support from the Montreal Rotary Club or the Fondation Coup de Coeur for our water project in Kenya.
As you are aware, we are currently preparing for phase 3 of the 4-year program to provide water sanitation and accessible drinking water to 15 000 schoolchildren from elementary schools in Migori, Kenya. Your contribution would be greatly appreciated.
I will visit Kenya by end of October to oversee the phase 2 summary of the program. At this point, I will make another video and have it distributed among all the contributors to this project. 
The last time I went to Montreal was in 1972. I had spent 2 years working for Arcop Architects then left for Papua-New- Guinea where I had worked with CUSO for two years. However, I spend most of my time in Vancouver where I’m from. Have you ever been to this wonderful city?
We would be very happy if you accept to collaborate with us on our project.

I thank you for your time.

Peter Lattey PHF
International Service Chair
Past President
Rotary Club of Downtown Los Angeles 

Financial contributions:


Nomber of beneficiaries 3000+
Total  project cost $ 53,673.00
The Rotary Foundation   $ 21,891.00
Rotary District 5280 $ 12,000.00
Andover RC and other Rotary Clubs $ 17,878.00
Fondation Coup de Coeur  $ 2,000.00