Ebola's Generation Blog

March 26, 2018

The kids from Mama Mayila's Cradle pack up school again but this time it's only for a week before the Presidential run-off, postponed from tomorrow and now taking place Saturday. The kids have been fol...

March 22, 2018

Mama Mayila and Andrew, our Executive Board's new chair, discussing feeding Hope Sakuma farmers for our expansion to the Sanda Magbolonto Boli Lands with new working arrangements in place with seven te...

March 19, 2018

Heads down, steady hands and nimble fingers required and looks like everyone's lost in the magic of bead making!  Boys and girls thoroughly enjoying making more beautiful bracelets and necklaces from t...

March 16, 2018

We've been on the trail of a tractor since this time last year when our farmers suggested they'd be so much more productive with one but the three tractors allocated to the Chiefdom were all out of com...

March 12, 2018

Mama Mayila takes the opourtunity to highlight the plight of Moa Wharf community, still suffering the consequences of Ebola to Víctor, Correspondent for Agencia EFE, the main Spanish language news agen...

March 11, 2018

Intrepid volunteer, Osman, goes in search of some Sanda Magbolonto boli lands, some of the richest, most fertile soil to produce rice. Having heard some land may be fallow and available for Hope Sakuma...

March 9, 2018

Here's the kids earlier today, listening attentively to the radio with Grandma and along with millions of other citizens in Sierra Leone, tallying the results of yesterdays' Presidential election as th...

March 7, 2018

Congratulations Hope Samuma and the Ladies and gentlemen of Manays! The final tally's in and 41 x 50 kilo bags of nice red swamp rice harvested from 25 x 25 kilo bushels planted. And what’s really, rea...

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