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Join Meridian’s Humanitarian Project for 2014By Maurine Proctor

In 2013 Meridian readers put in a well in Mbele, a Kenyan village, where people were subsisting on one lean meal because they had no water to grow vegetables. Now Meridian announces its 2014 humanitarian project-and we ask you to join. It is bold.

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