You can see cassava sticks being expertly cut to size ready for planting as farm team's from our seven villages dig the first heaps for Hope Sakuma's cassava farm in Sanda Magbolonto Chiefdom. Our nascent cassava farm is so big - nearly a mile in length - Andrew, our farm manager, had to search far and wide for enough cassava sticks, visiting two other Chiefdoms to obtain the much-prized hybrid disease and drought resistant variety to improve nutrition and food security for t
It's not just the big kids studying hard, little Miss Destiny, Sid and Kye will all be starting school in September so Uncle Junior continues his mission to bring the joy of language learning to the toddlers, not only with ABCs and 123s but with words too! FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awareness for children with disabilities and Ebola’s Generation.
This humble Foundations' esteemed Secretary, Uncle Abubakar Koroma, brings friends Uncles Hassan and Alpha and brother, Ahmid to visit with the kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle and to check on progress with Uncle Williams who gets a big thumbs up from our visitors, impressed with the centres cleanliness, library and hard-working team of volunteers. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awareness f
Drum roll and a big round of applause for some of our kids in our Interim care programme receive certificates and prizes at Rising Academy's annual prize-giving event. Our kids make us proud every day but this day they've excelled themselves and we couldn't be prouder! Proof that education is the great raising agent that enables kids everywhere to rise up above their background however difficult their challenges. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnera
Moa Wharf kids and community were happy to see old friend and long-time supporter Uncle Cor, bringing new Dutch friends Dick, Mark and simon from Holland Shipyards Sierra Leone along with a whopping 21 x 50 kg bags of rice for the 59 children in our Kinship Fostering Programme! 15 kilos for each child and plenty over for the kids we can't regularly help. Words can't express our gratitude for this most generous donation and by the looks on their faces we're sure we'll be seein
The kids sing our their joyous song of welcome to old friend Uncle Cor and Uncle Dick visiting Mama Mayila's Cradle to catch up with the kids. Uncle Cor arrived snacks in hand so you know the kids were happy as he handed them round, as every child knows a snack in hand is worth two in the bag! After a chance to catch up with the children Uncle Williams took our honoured guests on a tour showing our newly renovated gutters all ready for the rainy season, our water butts sealed
The toddlers were very happy to welcome Aunties Maner, Lilian, Patricia and Natalie and Uncles Hassan and Trevor from the charity AID-EM, visiting our interim care programme at Mama Mayila's Cradle yesterday to celebrate Afican Child Day. As well as the love AID-EM brought along, candy was on hand and as you can see the guys spent some quality time with Miss Destiny, little Lady Faith, Noah, Sid, Key and August making them all feel special and loved just like kids need to be!
The kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle held a fashion show yesterday to celebrate Day of the African Child and our first contestants are Misses Katie, Miss Dee. Their theme Leave No-one Behind - well chosen when you think how far some of these smiling cherubs have come And our second round of contestants Miss Sierra, Miss Sophie and little miss Destiny (with Miss Dee putting in another appearance) this time the girls are modeling outfits by Uncle Mo and fabrics kindly donated by Ha