Ebola's Generation Blog

May 31, 2018

So why are the kids at Mama Mayila's Cradle looking so positively ecstatic? They've finished their mid-term exams that's why! And no wonder. They've spent the past month cramming hard for their exams a...

May 23, 2018

As the kids welcome Aunty Mariama Munu to Mama Mayila's Cradle with her friends, Aunties Anita and Alison and Uncles Francis and Paul to celebrate her birthday and make a most generous donation of toys...

May 20, 2018

Axes thataway, machetes the other as farm manager Andrew directs villagers from Manays, Ro Gabaran, Ro Gbin, Ro Rainte, Ro Yeima, Masillah and Ro Taine in the second phase of making Hope Sakuma's cassa...

May 19, 2018

A glittering array of prizes were to be had at the National School for the Deaf's annual sports day held at Wilkinson Barracks, Hockey Pitch. Miss Katie, pictured in blue, won first prize in "finding t...

May 14, 2018

The boys from Hope Sakuma begin the back-breaking work of clearing the land for our sustainable farming co-op's new cassava farm and making good on their promise to work only previously farmed land. 

May 13, 2018

We were proud to attend the National Deaf School annual thanksgiving service supporting hearing and speech impaired children and their well-attended parade through the streets of Freetown celebrating d...

May 8, 2018

Hope Sakuma's nascent pepper farm in Sanda Magbolonto Chiefdom with seedlings protected the traditional way with palm fronds - this site is growing the much-prized Guinean hot pepper nenah koro sweet-s...

May 7, 2018

We're over-the-moon to pass our annual spot check inspection by Freetown City Council (FCC) social work team for the second year - receiving praise from the estimable Mrs Smith and her team of five dur...

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