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Call for Donations

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The extent of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, its consequences and the human suffering caused are well known to us from the media. Many official and private initiatives are now working to combat the disease. Among them is the African Cultural Institute e.V. (registered organization).
The Institute is concentrating its efforts on the areas of West Africa in which people are being infected or showing first symptoms of the disease. The donations received will be used exclusively for the following:

  • Financing and distributing to households/families emergency help packs containing everything needed for the initial isolation of the infected person, disinfection of the locality and protection of those caring for the patient.

  • Preparing, printing and distributing information boards and fliers as part of an awareness campaign to bring to remote regions and urban shack areas vital information about the disease and the immediate measures to be taken.

  • Supporting training courses for young African helpers to be rapidly deployed in the isolation and treatment wards.

The organisation, transport and distribution will take place in co-operation with the German Ministry of Defence and the Ebola Treatment Centres in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Please transfer your donation by 31 December 2014, quoting the reference "Ebola Aid West Africa 2014", to the following bank account:
Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank
IBAN: DE23 3006 0601 0105 8994 94
Donation receipts will be issued by the Afrika Kulturinstitut e.V., Registration No.: 22389NZ, Amtsgericht (District Court) Charlottenburg, Tax number: 27/659/512117.

If you have any queries please contact:
Mrs. Inka and Mr. Hartmut Telschow T.: 030 747 80 197
Mrs. Ra-In (Notary) T.: 0177 8222245 (after 8.00 p.m.)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Fred Scholz T.: 030 324 6105
Prof. Dr. med. Charles Yankah T.: 0172 3020143, 030 312 8999
Further information from:  Afrika Kulturinstitut e.V., c/o Prof. C. Yankah, Budapester Straße 39, 10787 Berlin.

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