Ebola's Generation Blog

May 31, 2020

Well, have you ever seen such gigantic sweet potatoes? The Ladies return for week twelve of Hope Sakuma's farmer field school to reap the benefits of their labour, harvesting these highly nutritious w...

May 22, 2020

Rumours of another lockdown in Sierra Leone but this time for two weeks, prompts a double donation of store cupboard essentials and lollipops for the Mahanaim kids thanks to two amazingly kind donation...

May 17, 2020

Meet Mr Abdulai Turay, Hope Sakuma's new resident bed-maker joined by dedicated volunteer Hassan pictured taking a well-earned nap before helping out, Temne and Mendes, working side-by-side with brothe...

May 14, 2020

Oh how happy we can be as Miss Mya leads the coconut tree gang with some fine green coconuts and even finer smiles on display 'neath the spreading coconut tree!


Follow our journey bri...

May 13, 2020

Remember our gari? Well, here it is! Arriving at Mama Mayila's Cradle to the kids delight. Literally from farm to table.

And gari also given to our fantastic Fulanese lady plasterers by project coordina...

May 12, 2020

Over in Bo, volunteer Mohammed has located some fine plantain saplings and an experienced arboriculturist keen to visit Hope Sakuma to learn about Azolla's potential as a bio-fertilizer and train our f...

May 10, 2020

From Sierra Leone to all the mothers across the world - worried about coronavirus, anxious for safety in Salone - the Hope kids thank you for taking care of us and then a full 30 seconds displaying the...

May 6, 2020

By the trampling of the Fulanese foot another fine batch of daub for Hope Sakuma's traditional hut is made mixing the long-horn cow dung collected by Amabest and Hassan with a little sand and freshly h...

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