Ebola's Generation Blog

September 21, 2020

More than mere farmers our dedicated team never cease to amaze us with the skills they bring, as Issa our resident hive-maker and bee-caller makes some hives for Hope Sakuma cashews maturing next year...

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...

May 1, 2020

Let's call it Daub. Amabests face says it all as extremely dedicated volunteer Hassan ventures to the Wureh line to forage amoung the long-horn cows herded by our friends the Fulanese in search of the...

April 23, 2020

Amabest strides purposefully forward leading our merry band of farmers back to farmer field school for more destumping, clearing Hope Sakuma's boli land, and space for maize and plantain. And the gentl...

April 16, 2020

Hope Sakuma's farmer field school briefly resumes with some top-notch bund construction - the first step to connect our water source to our rice paddy plots intensifying rice production sustainably boo...

April 1, 2020

With dry season fast approaching the Makelekos All-Stars peel off from destumping to dig the first of three wells so there's water for the nearby vegetables.

On Uncle Bakarrs' advice the All-Stars dig...

March 29, 2020

The Ladies are out in force cooking up rice and plassas at Hope Sakuma's first farm house ready to feed up the Manays and Makelekos gentlemen after a days work learning and practicing destumping.

The ge...

March 21, 2020

Readying for the transfer of Jemima and our duck family Hope Sakuma's project coordinator, Amabest, gives our Azolla a top up of a handful of 0-48-0 superphosphate and in less than a week, as if by mag...

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