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Kinship fostering for Ebola devastated Moa Wharf slum - supporting vulnerable children in one of the most deprived communities in Sierra Leone, itself one of the least developed nations in the world.
February 8, 2020
Our fine Kamasorie blacksmiths turn their expert attention to forging axes and scythes destined for farmers attending Hope Sakuma's Farmer Field School. The han...
February 2, 2020
Hope Sakuma's first "oven" a mounded earth kiln to make fine ironing charcol of the highest quality; a technique used worldwide and dating back thousands of yea...
January 23, 2020
Mama Mayila leads the Hope team and esteemed guests down the steep steps descending into Moa Wharf for yesterday's event for vulnerable children, greeting ghett...
Our Interim Care Centre is home to 28 children orphaned by Ebola or living with disabilities in Sierra Leone. The kids love campaigning for child protection and climate change action.
Hope Sakuma our sustainable farm as well feeds kids in our interim care and kinship fostering programme and empowers rural women to improve nutrition, food security and climate change adaptation for 23 rural communities in Sanda Magbolontor Chiefdom.
Many Moa Wharf kids lost entire families to Ebola we support 59 children with regular food support, help with school costs and a resident cordinator in one of the most deprived and marginalized communities in Sierra Leone.