Pupils and teachers from schools across Sanda Magbolontor gathered in Chiefdom capital, Sendugu to attend the ram-packed launch of Society 4 Climate Change Communications innovative Trees 4 Schools Project. After hearing from speakers a boy and girl from each school received a project pack of stationary and two cashew saplings before ceremonial plantings took place at Sendugu and Manays to mark the official launch of the innovative climate action intiaitive. Pupils from Sendu
The Hope Sakuma team, gentlemen and Ladies together, reach the half-way point returning more vegetable plots to rice duty, clearing and levelling each paddy before puddling the clods ready to transplant nerica l-19 seedlings from their nursery. Then before the next days planting, Med gives us a quick guided tour of bunds already puddled and planted gratifyingly even in size and stretching away to the horizon. The next day, Issa skilfully dams the peripheral canal to block the
Four minutes of footballing funs as Leo, Alex, Barney and Knox AKA team DiKaka warm up for their upcoming match against The Young Boys their first match of our eight-strong local league. Lots of lunges, squats, jogging and precision passing as coach Marlon puts into practice footballing lessons learned with former Leone Star regular Apollo Lawson. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please ❤ and share to raise awarenes
A really joyful song gets everyone in the mood for weeding work as the Ladies make a most welcome return to weed six acres of Hope Sakuma's newly planted upland rice. Head-scarves tied the Ladies are ready for work and the rice, a nutritious mix of country seeds, is looking green and lush and ready for the weeding! Farm manager, Ayie, leads the Ladies in a traditional weeding circle moving from the centre outwards thoroughly cleaning more than two acres. And as the session dr
Join Issa and John, our expert weavers of hives as they skillfully craft fronds from our piassava palm, expertly weaving the hives from the centre to the two ends, creating the traditional elongated barrel hive ideal for resting across the tree boughs, giving Sanda's wild bees somewhere to call home while they make busy pollinating our cashew and fruit trees. FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY! Please ❤ and share our sustainable farming journey empowering rural women with nature-based soluti
In one short week the Hope Sakuma clear, level, puddle and plant not one, not two, nor three but four paddies! The Hope Sakuma team make fantastic strides reclaiming and levelling another four paddies over the weekend ready to be tilled, puddled and seeded with #Azolla prior to planting our nutritious nerica l-19 and buttercup rice. "By toe or by hoe we'll get this paddy puddled" as the old farmers saying would go if only there were such a thing but by hoe and by toe our farm
Join the kids for twenty seconds of fun from arched eyebrow to joyous jumping, sending their love and best wishes to brothers and sisters, sponsors and friends across the water celebrating this Independence Day. Happy Fourth of July U.S. of A! 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.