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CCF Connects Parents With Their Children Through the Power of a Memory
Date:12/17/2008

cherishes of his parents - the two people in this world who loved him most of all. Someday, Musa wants to become a doctor and treat patients suffering from HIV/AIDS.

"I developed this ambition by reading my memory book," he said.

While Musa received his memory book only after his parents became terminally ill, CCF encourages parents in Uganda, as well as in CCF Kenya and CCF Zambia, to make memory books together with their children.

See how the making of a memory book allows parents to leave a legacy of love and protection for their children by clicking: http://www.christianchildrensfund.org/uploadedFiles/Public_Site/multimedia/SlideShow/Memory%20Books%20Master.html?LangType=1033


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