Ebola's Generation Blog

January 30, 2020

Now the Azolla's done its work boosting Hope Sakuma's ratooned rice the Makelekos All-Star ladies collect some from the rice paddies for our bocashi pit to layer with chicken dung, charcoal ashes, top...

January 26, 2020

Marvel as our team of five artisan Kamasorie blacksmiths work three furnaces to forge an assorted collection of car parts into cutlasses.

See a bellows assembled with wood and clay soon raising the tem...

January 23, 2020

Mama Mayila leads the Hope team and esteemed guests down the steep steps descending into Moa Wharf for yesterday's event for vulnerable children, greeting ghetto boys before descending further into thi...

January 22, 2020

After our fine harvest of nutritious okra and melon the Makelekos All-Star ladies are learning how to plant a seed bed of red onions in nursery beds prepared and replenished with a little sand, mulched...

January 20, 2020

Little Lady Faith gets a big hug from big sister little Miss Destiny. Faith came first in her nursery class last term, Faith's first term ever at school. Also coming first in class, Sid, a remarkable y...

January 19, 2020

Dedicated Hassan says look yonder past the harvested rice paddies and vegetable beds to find Hope Sakuma's first bamboo accomodation hut completed and ready for farmers attending our farmer field schoo...

January 16, 2020

The Makelekos All-Stars harvest the last of the ratooned nerica rice before threshing by foot a total of two bushel, sixteen bushel all told from our Azolla-fertilized paddies.

Hope Sakuma's farmer fie...

January 14, 2020

Giving our youth the skills they need through vocational training is key to Sierra Leones development and tackling the crisis of youth unemployment so Mama Mayila's proud to attend the opening of the S...

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