Catching-up on the Alola project…

The CEO of MAMA, Mark Fraser, and the General Manager, Paul Singer, had a wonderful opportunity to catch-up with Kirsty Sword Gusmao while she was in Canberra to launch the Alola Milk Campaign. Along with MAMA’s PAtron, Her Excellency Ms Quentin Bryce, we discussed the MAMA Mobile Library Project in Timor-Leste and the impact it would have on children in remote areas being able to access appropriate educational resources.
Catching-up with Alola

 

There was also nice little article in the Canberra Times (p2) this morning, discussing some of MAMA’s projects and how we’re empowering children in need.
Canberra Times (24 July 2012)
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