You can see from the pics Mama Mayila, William Tieh and the team with the Government Surveyors and Momoh Conteh from Tribe Wanted walking the plot and measuring out 2 acres next to Tribe Wanted at John Obey. Wow! The beautiful unspoilt backdrop. Such a paradise, part of the protected Western Area Peninsula National Park and near Tribe Wanted! Somewhere we can live sustainably, teach the children sustainable values and help our local community thrive. It's taken us a while t
Welcome Joy, just 5 and entrusted to us by the Ministry of Welfare, Gender and Children's Affairs. Joy's a very brave little girl as you can see from the pic. Unfortunately Joy's mum wasn't around when she should have been and poor little Joy drank something from under the kitchen sink not knowing what it was and had to be rushed to hospital. Little Joy's had an operation but really needs some specialist medical help and is currently being cared for by a qualified nurse in o
So, after school the kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle enjoy another lesson about climate change and they learn from Mama Mayila and uncle Williams that Sierra Leone is the third most vulnerable country in the world to climate change, which is a truely astounding fact and the sooner we take action the better for us and for the children's future. Afterwards Mama Mayila and the kids sent a message to the climate talks taking place in Marrakesh #EarthToMarrakesh: Help Sierra Leone fi
So, it was a year ago today we posted our first video of the kids at Moa Wharf filmed over the summer at the height of the Ebola pandemic in Sierra Leone. In just one short year, the most vulnerable children are out of the slum and now cared for at Mama Mayila's Cradle; while the 68 children looked after by care-givers in Moa Wharf now receive regular rice and are all in school. No mean achievement. We couldn't have done this without our supporters so a BIG THANK YOU to YOU.