Ebola's Generation Blog

June 30, 2020

The kids have been learning some sobering lessons about predjudice. At first they didn't understand how some white people can hate black people just because of the color of their skin. But when they re...

June 26, 2020

Fruity Friday finds the kids tucking into their choice of pineappale and mango and it's usually both! 

The kids love that their sustainable farm, Hope Sakuma, is planting orchards of four varieiies...

June 25, 2020

A super-confident three times table from little Miss Destiny all the way to 36 without missing a beat before moving on to some long and quite complicated words comfortably riding from accident by way o...

June 24, 2020

Esteemed Engineer Amabest takes us on a six minute stroll walking us through progress on developing Hope Sakuma's inland valley swamp (IVS) bundings and rice paddy plots. Starting at the head bund of t...

June 23, 2020

Good to see Madam Melrose back in the saddle having recuperated as Uncle Williams drops off vital supplies of rice and maggi, tomato paste, laundry soap, 200,000 le cash-money and even more vital suppl...

June 20, 2020

Every evening and every morning Aunty Isata (aka Mrs Amabest) lovingly prepares an Azolla and crushed corn feast for Jemima and her brood of seven and Lucky and her bakers dozen, harvesting Azolla from...

June 16, 2020

This Join the kids celebrating Day of the African Child with traditional drumming courtesy of Barney and Knox and dancing with some really fine moves from Mercy, Leo, Sierra, Sophie, Mya and Alex in th...

June 14, 2020

Looks like Miss Mya and Alex are on a field trip visiting nurseryman Usina, mandated by the other kids to choose the mix of fruit saplings for some new orchards at Hope Sakuma, their sustainable farm.


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