KINK Partners With World Concern To Help Village In South Sudan
January 31, 2012 at 2:02 PM (PT)
ALPHA BROADCASTING Triple A KINK/PORTLAND/ OR, and WORLD CONCERN have teamed up to help transform the village of LIETNHOM (LEE-et-nahm) in SOUTH SUDAN. SOUTH SUDAN gained independence from the North in the summer of 2011: there are about 10,000 people in the village and the average family income is less than $5 a month.
KINK will ask listeners to aide in the ONE VILLAGE TRANSFORMED campaign on WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1st. KINK and WORLD CONCERN have a three-year plan to support the people of LIETNHOM with resources to help them: provide food, security and clean water; provide education to their children; and help develop small businesses, job training and efficient farming methods.
KINK PD, CHRIS MAYS said, "KINK is excited to be a part of this incredible project. Our KINK Community is very supportive of local and international campaigns to provide assistance to others. We look forward to transforming this village together with our listener’s help."