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Fun run for House of Safety

Mrs Kavita (centre) of the House of Safety receiving a fridge and a cash grant from Areva represented by Sugnet Smit (Communications Specialist, left), Tommie Gouws (Financial Manager), and the Sport Committee, Gerson Geingob, Jacques van Wyk and John Nekongo.

Mrs Kavita (centre) of the House of Safety receiving a fridge and a cash grant from Areva represented by Sugnet Smit (Communications Specialist, left), Tommie Gouws (Financial Manager), and the Sport Committee, Gerson Geingob, Jacques van Wyk and John Nekongo.

A REVA Walk & Run for Fun last Saturday, brightened up the lives of the residents of the House of Safety in Swakopmund this week. All proceeds from the fun sport event went to this charitable establishment, providing them with a fridge and N$2800 in cash.
The Areva Group has mobilized its 47000 employees around the world to count their daily distances moved over three months. Once the global distance of 400,000 kilometres or 10 times around the Earth has been reached, the Areva Foundation will donate 100,000 to support disadvantaged children in health and education.
The House of Safety in Swakopmund is a project of the Erongo Development Foundation (EDF).

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