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Review for International Lifeline Fund, Washington, DC, USA
I had an opportunity to work with ILF for a short term in Haiti, Uganda and Kenya. I am so impressed to find out the commitment provided to refugees and vulnerable people on clean cook stove, water and sanitation, and hygiene program in those countries. I am enthused by their activities. Clean stove, drinking water and hygiene are the basic right of the people to acquire. Fuel-efficient clean stove selection, use of local materials in stove production, involving the local people to get involve in income generation, use of efficient technology in borehole drilling are worth to mention. Research and development, experts involvement are the commitments provided to the success of the ILF’s work.
Daniel Wolf, the Executive Director and Vahid Jahangiri, Vice President both tirelessly work to support the quality of life of ILF employees and the communities. I am honored to be a part in the team. The organization is small compared to big NGOs and do things in a great way to change the life of needy people in Haiti and African countries. Danial, Vahid and Deborah are friendly and equally deeply passionate people.
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