It’s A New Kutoa Month. Time To Explore Who We Will Support And Vote For This Month.

It’s time to Vote!!!! Hello 3/4J, It is the month of March and we need to look at what causeswe will be be helping his month. In our Kutoa Classroom We need to prepare for our VOTE. This afternoon I would like you to go to our favourite website http://www.kutoa.org and decide which cause we should help this month. It will be a difficult decision because we know we want to help everyone but we must choose one that we really want to help. This months theme is protecting mothers and girls. Here are your choices: Healthy Mother, Healthy future – Funding The Future – Economic Empowerment image   image image Write a post to me about why you want to vote for that cause. My vote is difficult this month because each are a very worthy cause. You decide what you think, its your choice where our donation money goes to this month. This months partner to the Kutoa charity is the CARE Charity. We now have our own Emails I am working on getting you invited to vote on your own and we can monitor our impact on others around the world. This is amazing!!!! This is our impact page: https://www.kutoa.org/classroom_impact Remember we need to think about our book we are going to make “Everyday should be Kutoa Day – $1 can make an impact’. This will be next weeks persuasive writing task as we learn for NAPLAN and help others around the world. Please send me a message in a comment about any ideas you have for our From Mrs Joyce

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  One thought on “It’s A New Kutoa Month. Time To Explore Who We Will Support And Vote For This Month.

  1. Peace
    March 2, 2015 at 3:32 am

    Hi, Madame Joyce

    This month I would vote for Funding the Future because we send 23 dollars to Kutoa and funding the future only costs 54 dollars to Start a Village Savings & Loan Group in Malawi. 🙂 😉

  2. Shontae
    March 2, 2015 at 3:43 am

    I choose founding the future, because they get money for fun games not like stupid things like seling bear.

  3. jayden
    March 2, 2015 at 3:43 am

    dearmrsjoyce
    this month i vote for funding the futre because it is cheap to pay and it is for a vilage

  4. Ethan -_-
    March 2, 2015 at 3:46 am

    Hi, madam Joyce

    This month I would like to vote for funding the future because you only need to pay $54 a month. 🙂

    From Ethan 😉

  5. Jazi
    March 2, 2015 at 3:49 am

    Dear Mrs Joyce

    unding the future
    This month my vote is funding the future because it’s chep ($54) and easy to vote for.

  6. Tamara
    March 2, 2015 at 3:52 am

    Dear Mrs Joyce,
    I vote for Healthy mother and Healthy baby and it costs $360 dollers. 🙂

  7. Robert
    March 2, 2015 at 3:55 am

    I vote for healthy mother healthy baby

    It incuriges everone to be healthy.

  8. Emma ^.^
    April 29, 2015 at 12:31 am

    I choose critical care for a mothers because every day, about 800 women around the world die from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. The majority succumb to severe infection, fall victim to a sudden spike in blood pressure (pre-eclampsia), bleed to death, or die after seeking an unsafe abortion. These deaths could easily be prevented by providing women access to trained medical personnel, proper medical materials and medical clinics.

    Unfortunately, in too many places such quality medical care is not available, which is why Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) makes obstetric care a priority. The organization runs 131 projects with dedicated emergency obstetric services in places where national health systems are non-existent or have been severely affected by conflict or neglect.

    One example of such a project is in Haiti, where MSF has been working since 1991. Currently, MSF operates a comprehensive emergency obstetric care program focusing on women with a range of serious, often life-threatening complications in their pregnancies. These include conditions like pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, obstetric hemorrhage, and uterine rupture. In 2014, MSF teams delivered 6,400 babies, performed 3,300 major surgeries and provided 3,200 consultations to women in Haiti.

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