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10/5/2003 7:31:03 AM Baba Kourouma bkourouma2002@yahoo.com
The "Clothes For Mandingoes" Program
"Clothes For Mandingoes" is an innovative, community-based program with the mission to provide new and like-new, and old clothing and shoes to the Liberians Mandingoes who have lost everything during the war.

According to our staff in Liberia, thank all mighty God that the UN (and other NGOs) sponsored food programs are getting to the population. However, these people need to start their lives over. Many had their houses burnt and therefore lost all their clothes. With this program, we are trying to get that worry out of their mind, build up their self-esteem so they can concentrate on rebuilding their lives.

The program is targeting 1000 items including bed sheets, shirts, shocks, shoes, jeans, pants etc. The shipment will be leaving our headquarters in Atlanta on or about the 30th of October.

Before even the launch of the program, we had pledges (and actual donations) from the Malinkes, Foulah and other Atlanta-based Associations. However, we need more.

WE NEED YOUR HELP. Many people have lost their lives for our FREEDOM. Let’s help them by being grateful and help them.

All donations of clothes and money can be sent to:

Mandingo Association of Atlanta
Clothes for Mandingoes
481 Victorian Cir
Dallas, GA 30157

For More Information:
Bangali Donzo

May Allah Bless US ALL!

Forums And Editorial

July 27, 2003
The Mandingo Association of Atlanta chooses Mr. Bangaly Donzo as defacto President.

August 7, 2003
The official site of the MAA was up and running. A Message from the webmaster Mr. Baba Kourouma of
Alliance Computer Consultants.<.

June 9, 2003
The was effectively incorporated in the state of Georgia as Mandingo Association of Atlanta, Inc with the statute of A Domestic Nonprofit Corporation.

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The MAA since its creation on April 1999 has been involved in many humanitarian work here, in Guinea and now in Liberia.

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