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Day 19 – #SpaceWatchME helps – Donation Campaign

Idomeni, Greece – May 2016

As of March 2016, over 12,000 people found themselves stranded in Idomeni (Greece). Each individual had put their life at risk in order to seek peace in Europe. Many people had lost their mobile phones along the route, or had had them confiscated by authorities. TSF offered calls to over 2,778 families so they could get in touch with their loved ones at home and abroad, many of whom had not had any news for several months.

Credits: Télécoms Sans Frontières

From December 1st, SpaceWatch Middle East and its partners PTScientists, neuco, NewSpace People will run a Christmas Donation Campaign 2016. We will donate 100% of the raised money to two organisations: Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) and Disaster Tech Labs (DTL).

More details you can find here: http://spacewatchme.com/spacewatchme-helps/

For your direct help, just follow the “Donate Please” button.

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Original published at: http://spacewatchme.com/2016/12/day-19/

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