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SOS Africa Launches New Website

01 May 2010

As of the beginning of May, SOS Africa launched a brand new website courtesy of Bay View Systems, Swansea. As well as bringing a fresh new look to the charity, the website will increase your accesibility to our organisation's operations both in the UK and in Africa.

We would like to take this opportunity to apologise for the technical difficulties we were having with the old site, and believe that the new site has eradicated these problems.

The new site will give you better access to the following:

We hope that you like the new site. If you have any problems or require further information on SOS Africa, feel free to email us.

If you like the website and would like to find out more about Bay View Systems, click here to visit their website.

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