Press Release: April 12, 2010
CONTESA a UK registered charity is proud to announce the launch of its brand new website http://www.contesacharity.co.uk. The website was developed to expand the awareness and understanding of the plight of disadvantaged children affected by Aids/HIV in Zambia.
The website contains a host of information on the programmes and new projects funded and run by CONTESA. The charity is devoted to supporting AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia through the provision of basic food, education and training, regardless of their background, race or religion, by working alongside local institutions and volunteers.
The website enables visitors to view each section clearly, and sets the information out in an easy to understand manner. Esnat Avon, Founder of CONTESA explains the concept behind the new website We wanted to highlight and create awareness of the suffering of these vulnerable children in Zambia and felt that investing in a new website that was simple to use and which contained a wealth of information and photos, would encourage more people to understand and support the work of CONTESA. She added I also hope more people will join me on next years trustee accompanied visit to Zambia to see for themselves the work and achievements of CONTESA.
CONTESA is a UK registered charity (1109311) set up in 2005 by Esnat Avon and her husband Roger. Esnat, was born and raised in Zambia but now lives in the UK. She now devotes much of her time to raising funds for CONTESA and creating awareness of the plight of orphans and disadvantaged children in one of the sub-Saharan countries most devastated by the AIDS epidemic, Zambia, she manages the charity on a daily basis from her home in St. Leonards. One of CONTESAs pledges is that every penny donated goes directly to the support of the children. All administration costs, the website and visits are funded separately. The website is now live, and can be viewed at http://www.contesacharity.co.uk
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