Join us on 1 May and learn how CAFOD is bringing clean water and sanitation to some of the poorest communities in Africa.
Lemlem Tsegay is a qualified water engineer with CAFOD partner ACDS in Ethiopia. At just 26, she is the youngest person in her province to ever qualify as a water engineer. Lemlem will be speaking to us about working to bring water to communities across Ethiopia, as well as inspiring other young women to pursue education through her example.
The event will take place from 1pm to 3pm at the CAFOD Westminster offices in the Catholic Church of Christ the King, 29 Bramley Road, London N14 4HE. A frugal lunch will be provided.
Contact CAFOD Westminster to book: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0208 449 6970. Please be sure to make us aware of any allergies or dietary requirements when booking.
Don’t forget, there is still time to take action in your parish to thirst for change and tell David Cameron to bring clean water to everyone! If you haven’t already, organise a card signing in your parish or school, and write or draw a message on a water droplet to add your voice to our campaign. All cards must be returned to CAFOD by 1 May! For more information, visit www.cafod.org.uk/thirst.
Contact CAFOD Westminster: 0208 449 6970 or email@example.com.