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Little Hearts planning expansion of not-so-random kindness campaign

Publication date 25 October 2021 | 21:02 | ICT

Little Hearts Organisation (LHO) is an NGO that provides abandoned children with quality educations while also giving support to impoverished families in order to make it less likely that situations as extreme as abandonment ever occur in



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