Deputy principal at British School Baku Philip Roche recorded a song to support the project with the IEPF | Eurasia Diary - ednews.net

26 June, Wednesday


Deputy principal at British School Baku Philip Roche recorded a song to support the project with the IEPF

Culture A- A A+

Deputy principal at British School Baku Philip Roche who always support different humanitarian projects recorded a song to support and promote the project with the International Eurasia Press Fund (IEPF), Azerbaijani based international NGO which enjoys a General Consultative status with UN ECOSOC, Eurasia Diary informs. 

On his Facebook page Roche wrote a post where he apprised the work of the organization and the mutual project initiated to support the Internally Displaced People in the war-affected regions of Azerbaijan. 

"I decided to record a few songs, not for my own vanity but to promote my project with the International Eurasia Press Fund and the Internally Displaced People in the regions. They need our help. They have nothing and rely on help from the IEPF and the redoubtable Umud Mirzayev the songs will be on sale to help buy much needed provisions. Imagine having no access to electricity, water or candy. The songs will be available to buy at our international bazaar. Buy the disk, listen don't listen but support these people whatever they need our help."

 

Philip Roche got acquainted with the work of the organization some months ago during the presentation made by the IEPF representatives at British school in Baku. He got the invitation to visit the regional office of the IEPF located in Terter region of Azerbaijan. During the visit he met with the residents of Hesangaya village and participated in the charity campaign initiated by the IEPF and British School and held in the IEPF Vocational Training Center in Terter. He condemned the occupation of the lands of Azerbaijan by the Armenian Armed Forces that makes the innocent people to live in very hard conditions. 

The life of refugees and IDPs from the war-affected regions, affected by the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict as well as the humanitarian work of the IEPF impressed Philip so much that he decided to continue working to support these people. 

After his trip he wrote an article about his vision of the situation. In the end he said:

"The regions are under constant bombardment, water is redirected causing a continuous drought. Food and resources are scarce and the chance of achieving must at times feel so far away, a speck on the horizon. These people deserve more and should have more. We can be the ones to give it to them. Will you help? Together we are unstoppable – or at least we can be".
 
Each year British School in Baku organizes an international Bazar with participation of a variety of Ambassadors, corporations and individual representatives. This year the IEPF will attend the event as a special guest. 

Report a mistake by marking it and pressing Ctrl+Enter

EurasiaDiary © Must be hyperlinked when used.

Follow us:
Twitter: @Eurasia_Eng
Facebook: EurasiaEng


Загрузка...