Ebola's Generation Blog

July 31, 2019

We can really imagine this space as a cookery now but can it really be ready by Monday? With just five days to go Joseph, our clever carpenter has finished the roof and built up the front to include a...

July 30, 2019

Six days to go until our new cookery opens and the space is really taking shape with team are making great progress installing  corrugated panels to the new roof frame; adding a frame constructed to th...

July 29, 2019

Four days since our new cookery was sprung on us, a weekend review of business plan and projections and it's full steam ahead delivering wood, corrugated panels and three bags of concrete - who'd have...

July 25, 2019

We always encourage our volunteers to come up with ideas, so, imagine our collective surprise at a volunteers offer of free premises to try a pop-up cafe, flying the Hope colours!

We've long wanted to...

July 21, 2019

Diaspora volunteers Mo and Tim reach Njala University to meet our dedicated Njjala student volunteers and collect Azolla for Hope Sakuma, our demonstration farm in Sanda Magbolontor.

The team now, nine...

July 20, 2019

Our trusty 4x4 takes her first official outing for the kids - before you are our non-naughty kids all 5 of them! Past Waterloo to Benguema and a visit to old friend Unlce Bai founder of the largest pou...

July 15, 2019

Looks like our first IVS rice paddies are filling up with the rains and our nerica rice seedlings are being transplanted to our second paddy! The Makelekos all-stars have done a fine job ploughing and...

July 14, 2019

Enjoy a minutes walk through our cassava and cashew farm. Last time we saw the farm, back in April, it was looking very bare. Now, after the first rains it's looking lush as lush can be!

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