Welcome To CSFDarfur
Fund Raising Campaign: A $ A Student For Darfur
Current Senator and former Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire launched the
Darfur Fund in Vancouver generic cialis. Given the urgent need of
humanitarian assistance for the people in Darfur, we ask you to contribute to
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go to Oxfam for their aid work in the
region less overhead costs and bank charges. Our goal is to raise 1 million
dollars within the year. Learn more about the fund
How to Donate:
1) Donate to Oxfam Canada (tax receipt issued)
- Make an online donation at www.oxfam.ca
Please ensure to type in "CSD Appeal" in the comment box when making your donation.
- Make a donation by phone at 1 .800 viagra online.466 viagra online.9326 and mention Oxfam Canada CSD Appeal generic cialis.
- Mail a cheque made out to Oxfam Canada CSD Appeal:
National Fundraising Office
Suite 200, 215 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, ON M5T 2C7
Oxfam will administer the Canadian Students Darfur Appeal (CSD Appeal).
Donations made by cheques, phone or online must designate Oxfam Canada CSD
Appeal to properly track funds.
2) Directly to CSFDarfur (no tax receipt)
Mail a cheque made out to “Darfur Fund” to:
Canadian Students For Darfur
TC 317, Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6
You can download a pledge form to help us collect donations towards the million dollar goal for Darfur.
For schools with Chapter coordinators, students can contact them
to make a contribution.
Latest News on Darfur Conflict
Provided courtesy of: http://news.search.yahoo.com/news
- Darfur force 'may take all year' (BBC News)
- Mon, 28 Jan 2008 21:31:38 GMT - The planned peacekeeping force for Sudan's Darfur region will take most of 2008 to deploy fully, the UN says.
- Africa: Rural Neglect to Blame for Conflict in Kenya, Darfur (AllAfrica.com)
- Mon, 28 Jan 2008 19:43:50 GMT - As business and government leaders gathered in Davos this weekend, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown hoped to reignite interest in the Millennium Development Goals. Progress towards the goals in Africa remains uneven and disappointing.
- Darfur rebels find refuge in Eritrea, but little hope (International Herald Tribune)
- Mon, 28 Jan 2008 15:27:25 GMT - An alliance of rebel leaders from Darfur said that unless something changed quickly, the much anticipated peace talks scheduled for later this month would probably fail.
- Militia kill 21 in West Darfur-residents, rebels (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
- Sun, 27 Jan 2008 16:01:20 GMT - Armed militias backed by Sudan's government killed 21 people in an attack on a village in West Darfur, anti-Khartoum Sudanese rebels said on Sunday.
- U.N. refugee agency official details refugee situation in Iraq and Darfur at Palisades event (The Journal News)
- Mon, 28 Jan 2008 13:49:37 GMT - PALISADES - About 40 people gathered at the Palisades Community Center yesterday to hear a United Nations refugee agency official detail the humanitarian and political impact of the conflicts in Iraq and Darfur upon its displaced peoples.
- Unkept Promises in Darfur (New York Times)
- Sun, 27 Jan 2008 09:22:28 GMT - The world?s leaders say they care desperately about Darfur?s suffering. But caring is not enough. What is needed is a lot more diplomatic pressure on Sudan.
- Militia kill 21 in West Darfur: rebels (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- Sun, 27 Jan 2008 22:05:06 GMT - Armed militias backed by Sudan's Government have killed 21 people in an attack on a village in West Darfur, anti-Khartoum Sudanese rebels said.
- Militia kill 21 in West Darfur-residents, rebels (AlertNet)
- Sun, 27 Jan 2008 16:11:18 GMT - Source: Reuters By Opheera McDoom KHARTOUM, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Armed militias backed by Sudan's government killed 21 people in an attack on a village in West Darfur, anti-Khartoum Sudanese rebels said on Sunday. ...
- 6 French aid workers get jail time (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Tue, 29 Jan 2008 08:59:56 GMT - CRETEIL, France - A court yesterday sentenced six French charity workers to eight years in prison in France, after they were convicted in Chad of trying to kidnap 103 children who they said were orphans from Darfur.
- Prison for aid workers in Chad kidnap (AP via Yahoo! News)
- Mon, 28 Jan 2008 16:02:07 GMT - A court sentenced six French charity workers to eight years in prison in France on Monday, after they were convicted in Chad of trying to kidnap 103 children they said were orphans from Darfur.