Judy Sandison Reference

Celebrate Life Founder, Cherry Armstrong, has acted with heart, drive and dedication in response to two of the most critical challenges facing Africans in the field of human suffering and the continent’s wildlife heritage. Her project to place bread ovens in disadvantaged rural communities will not only alleviate food and nutritional shortages but also kick start and empower small businesses and schools in a sustainable way. Her efforts to assist rhino conservation and help prevent the extinction of a precious unique animal is another outlet for her passion for the environment. The impact of her projects on people and the environment are exceptional and deserve widespread support as they have the potential to positively improve thousands of lives.

J M Sandison SABC News Managing Editor KZN
SANEF KZN Convenor
BA University of Natal
BPROC UNISA. MSC SWTEXAS University

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