Kermes; 3.international Charity Bazaar Dublin , 12.11.2008
Uluslararası Dublin Kermesi 16 Kasım 2008 Pazar günü Ballsbridge Inn (D4 Hotell)’de gerçekleştirilecektir. Dublin’deki diplomatik temsilciliklerin organize ettiği etkinlikte Büyükelçiliğimiz de yer alacaktır.
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International Charity Bazaar Dublin
Bazaar na Náisiún
Sunday, November 16th, 2008
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ballsbridge Inn (d4 Hotels)
Charities supported 2008:
Helping children in Togo, Ethiopia and Kenya
in fostering their access to education
Educating young people in Ireland
towards employment opportunities
Embassy stands representing
nearly 40 countries such as Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Korea, Mexico, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, UK, USA
Food and specialties, hot and cold
Art, gifts, Christmas items
Crafts from all over the world
Treats for Children, Fun for all the Family
Raffle (holidays, trips and many more amazing prizes to win)
All items and products collected free of charge
Donations in and outside Ireland
Sponsors in Ireland based in countries all over the world
Gifts from privates, commercial etc.
“Bazaar na náisiún – Bazaar of the Nations” is the well known name spouses of diplomats and their Irish friends used already twice in Dublin inviting the whole city to taste their traditional food, look for local and exotic fine crafts and even buy arts. All items are donated for the good purpose and prepared exclusively by volunteers to fight poverty.
This year’s targets are children in education in Ireland and abroad. Irish children in need are those who are not participating in mainstream education, whereas in Africa we help those who have no access to education at all, mainly girls.
With these following projects we help to “keep hope alive”:
1. Blitta Region, Togo, Addressing Violence in schools through a girl’s education project including a community management approach, facilitating 40% growth of school attendance, mainly for girls. (Plan Ireland)
2. Sodo II project area of Oromia, Ethiopia, Construction of four classroom blocks for a new post primary school in the Kela School Development Project (Self Help Africa)
3. Dublin’s streetworkers for young homeless, Ireland, Fr Peter McVerry SJ has campaigned tirelessly for the rights of homeless young people for more than 30 years. We support a social centre for children at high risk to accompany their school attendance and learning abilities. (Fr. McVerry Trust)
4. Dublin, Limerick, Waterford, Ireland, Sr. Stanislaus Kennedy responds to the needs of homeless women in Dublin since 1983. The agency provided street work services to young people, advice, advocacy, information and help with finding a home and a warm and welcoming place to meet and have a low-cost meal (Focus Ireland).
5. Project “in petto”: only if there are enough funds raised: Rural Education, Kenya, Nyanza Rural Education Program for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. Training of School Management to take a pro active role in child protection against HIV through health clubs and growing school attendance, especially for girls (Concern).