Ebola's Generation Blog

November 29, 2017

Volunteers Kadie, Junior and Osman attend Hope Sakuma's regular quarterly meeting to presnt the roaster and sheller (and our monthly supplies) and to find out how fared our groundnut harvest and it's n...

November 28, 2017

A wonderful amount of school materials donated by Team Canada and including exercise books, pens, pencils, erasers and sharpeners were presented to the Manays school by Aunty Kadie.

As you can hear very...

November 27, 2017

Our new farm sign goes up thanks to the effors of dedicated volunteer Osman and the genrousity of Team Canada, whose donation for the painting material made this possible. 

The signage for Hope Sakuma,...

November 26, 2017

Our intrepid volunteers Kadie, Osman and Junior make their way to Manays, Sanda Magbolonto Chiefdom to check on progress of our sustainable farming co-op, Hope Sakuma.

November 26, 2017

We mark some terribly sad news with the passing of Miss Emma Kargbo of Moa Wharf, today, aged just 12. Those who've followed our journey from the beginning will remember sweet sad Emma from the height...

November 25, 2017

What's a parcher?  Krio for a roaster. A roaster for groundnut and here's ours on what seems to be a perilous journey out of the artisan metalworkers and careering into the busy bustling Freetown stree...

November 17, 2017

Here's the kids showing off their artistic prowess - well done Mya, Barney, Knox, Katie, Mercy and Leo! None of it traced these kids show some promise!

November 11, 2017

The Hope team took visiting volunteers Marenka and Frances to see our Moa Wharf kinship fostering programme in action.

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