The Hope kids joyous message of love and support for nurses, doctors and health care workers across the world - including many supporters and thousands of Salone diaspora friends and family - each putting their own lives on the line every day without much needed protection to save our lives. THANK YOU! Here's how all the kids made their rainbows of love for healthcare workers across the world. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sier
A sneak peak with little Miss Destiny behind the scenes at Rising Academy on what proved to be the last day of term as the kids from Mama Mayila's Cradle enjoy their last nursery and primary classes on Friday. Sid, Faith, Kye and Scout produly show off their nursery class where they learn a modern curciculum and the right values. Alex, Mya, Mica and Sophie studying hard in primary - with school's now closed due to the coronavirus, the kids are going to miss their friends. FOL
The Ladies are out in force cooking up rice and plassas at Hope Sakuma's first farm house ready to feed up the Manays and Makelekos gentlemen after a days work learning and practicing destumping. The gentlemen are learning that destumping is back-breaking work on this land - unfarmed since the civil war where an old maskenki palm plantation grew. As well as toiling to clear land for miracle maize, IVS and boli rice the boys discover the rounded mounds of termite hills, the so
The kids are taking their end of term exams early as the end of term is now! Although there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Sierra Leone every precaution is being taken after the announcement of a year long state of emergency. Precautions include school closures to come and new border closures today between Guinea and Liberia where there are confirmed cases. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ a
Not something you see very often - our grown up boys, Hope Sakuma’s finest, enjoying a natural swing naturally. In the absence of a star and any moonbeams take 30 second mental health break to join the boys on the vine swinging high into the Sanda Magbolontor trees. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Please ❤ and share our sustainable farming journey empowering rural women to improve nutrition, livelihoods and climate change adaptation in Sierra Leone.
Aunty Isata oversees enhanced handwashing measures with soap and a thirty second wash for everyone! Our new handwashing regime is to help slow the spread of coronavirus in Sierra Leone. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awareness for Ebola’s Generation and children living with disabilities.
Readying for the transfer of Jemima and our duck family Hope Sakuma's project coordinator, Amabest, gives our Azolla a top up of a handful of 0-48-0 superphosphate and in less than a week, as if by magic, the Azolla's renewed and thriving! Jemima and our duck family finally move to the demonstration farm where they enjoy free reign to splash about, chow down on Azolla and waddle hither and thither under the ever-watchful eye of Hope Sakuma farm manager Ayie. FOLLOW OUR JOURNE
With new restrictions on travel and gatherings to try and slow the spread of coronavirus the kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle remember the lessons from Ebola and make sure they wash their hands when they come home from school. Leo takes charge to make sure everyone can wash their hands for twenty seconds without touching the tap! FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awareness for Ebola’s Generat