A beautiful Salone beach, a roaring sea and a rousing rendition of "Land of the Free" the kids, resplendent in green, white and blue (and pink), sing the national anthem and celebrate Sierra Leones' 60th birthday as an independent nation and wish Mama Salone and their brothers and sisters at home and across the World a Happy Independence Day! FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awareness for
As rainy season fast-approaches with country warmings of early rains the team fix up our traditionally built African huts in readiness for the rain. A new palm roof for our very first bamboo hut and new pasemai roof laid and trimmed for our wattle hut ensures our team of hard-working farmers always have somewhere dry nearby for meal and break times or sudden downpours wherever they are on the farm. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Please ❤ and share our sustainable farming journey empower
It’s time to harvest the last of the seasons' vegetables sustainably grown in rice paddies and the Hope Sakuma team set to picking super-nutritious mokabi, maize and sweet potato. Growing vegetables in our rice paddies means they benefit from soil enriched with Azolla and duck and fish dung from our intensive nature-based rice system reducing farmers’ fertilizer costs. And with the harvest loaded and Freetown bound to Mama Mayila's Cradle and the kids in our interim care prog
Aunties Aminata and Evelyn Enable Children and World Hope International visit Mama Mayila's Cradle regularly to check on Augusts' progress with his daily physio, happy that he's walking well, today fitting a new wrist support. Life's tough for children like August in Sierra Leone, multiple special needs including epilepsy means August needs round-the-clock care and visits from World Hope really help our staff support and care for August helping him thrive. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY!
So many children, so many smiling faces happy to receive a wonderful gift as Uncle Williams takes the Good Book to two orphanages and two local congregations all thanks to the kindness and generosity of Aunty Marenka and her Heart for Humanity Foundation, spreading the word of Love in Sierra Leone. Uncle Williams brings the Good News to Aunty Margaret and the kids at Initiatives 4 Women and Girls Empowerment Everyone's happy receiving such Good News! Mrs Kamara, Jim and the k
The kids have some fun artfully painting eggs, an old european tradition called pysanky. And thanks to Aunty Gwen, a fantastic job they make of it too! Aunty Gwen visits for Easter and brings some eggs and paint for the kids to decorate them with, making sure to boil them first! 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.
The kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle send Easter greetings and wish sponsors, donors, family and friends a very Happy Easter Sunday as they head off best Book in hands to celebrate renewal and rebirth this resurrection Sunday. 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.
An amazing donaion from Uncle Ian in the UK brings much joy to the Mahanaim kids - some of the most marginalized children living with disabilities in the world - this Eastertide. Sadly, Madam Melrose is unwell again but her daughter gratefully receives store cupboard essentials in time for Easter with nutritous parboiled kontri rice from Hope Sakuma, a bata of vegetable oil, maggi, tomato paste, laundry soap and 200,000 le cash money, all thanks to Uncle Ian's kind donation.