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This month's event at Moa Wharf - one of the most marginalized communities in Sierra Leone - sees dedicated Dutch volunteers Marenka and Bim help distribute rice and two new outfits for each of the 59 children in our kinship fostering programme. You can see some of the rice making the journey down the long steep steps to the communities court barre. National Coordinator, Williams makes the opening inroductions while Fostercare Coordinator Junior and resident Coordinator Mr Ba
Dedicated volunteer Marenka returns to Initiatives 4 Women and Girls Empowerment interim care centre to visit the indomitable Margaret and children bringing art supplies and crackers and as you can see the kids are having lots of fun! Marenka spends time face painting with the kids and Margaret gives one of her famed masterclasses - in top-class skipping! Over the past nearly two years we've been able to provide support five times to Initiatives 4 Women and Girls Empowerment
The kids from Mama Mayila's Cradle made time before school this morning to send a very Happy Thanks Giving to our American family, friends, supporters and well-wishers in the US of A! Uncle Mo and Aunty Kadie sweat over the coals preparing a special Thanks Giving treat for the kids after school - some chicken. And boy, do these kids love their chicken! A great way for the kids to remember absent family and friends in the USA. COME ON BOARD - FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our jou
Mo's on hand to witness a days digging (and more) yielding yet more heaps for the biggest cassava farm in Sanda Magbolontor Chiefdom! The Hope Sakuma Ladies weeding and the boys digging some really fine heaps of rich fertile Sanda soil ready for drought-resistant and nutritious cassava interplanted with nutricious potato leaf which helps reduce weeds and the need for harmful pesticides.. Hope Samuka and our eleven villages – Manays, Masillah, RoGbin, RoGabaran, RoTain, Ro Rai
Sierra Leone kids Go Blue on Universal Children's Day with a simple message to their brothers and sisters accross the world - their top 5 rights for every child - education, respect, support, health, love and play (that's six but the kids grouped the two together)! We would also add "voice" but these kids have already found one - and it's very very loud, very very joyous and very very united! The kids enjoy painting Leo blue to celebrate World Children's Day before their big
Dedicated volunteer Marenka returns to Dr N'Yama and the Blessed Mokaba Mother and Child Community Hospital, Sierra Leone for the fourth time, bringing more donations of essential medical kit collected by Marenka's Foundation, Heart for Humanity from hospitals and clinics in the Netherlands. As you can see boxes and boxes of medial supplies including feeding systems for newborns, sterile gloves, dressings and bandages! FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to v
The juniors at Mama Mayila's Cradle AKA the Adorables have obviously been practising their winning smiles very well and to winsome effect - as you can see some absolutely lovely, warm and loving, smiles especially for You this Sunday! Best of all who can tell which two children overcome their disabilities every day? Their smiles and evident happiness render them all equal, equally adorable! FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope and education to vulnerable chil