Ebola's Generation Blog

February 5, 2020

Mama Mayila's heard from our resident corodinator that one of the kids in our kinship fostering programme isn't well so she's visiting with little Mo's care-givers, his uncle and aunty, at Moa Wharf.


June 15, 2019

Join Mama Mayila and US volunteers Miss Katie, Aunty Dawn and Aunty Michaela distributing rice to the Moa Wharf kids just in time for Day of the African Child.

This month's  event at Moa Wharf - one of...

May 31, 2019

Uncle Williams

drops off rice in time for Eid al-Fitr the festival of breaking fast that marks the end of Ramadan and which is celebrated on Pray Day in Sierra Leone by people of all faiths.

Our kin...

April 19, 2019

Uncle Williams drops off some nutritious kontri rice just in time for Eastertide direct from Hope Sakuma, our sustainable farm and catches up with Noel and Colt who are both doing well in school. Our k...

March 5, 2019

Is that a giant sack of rice, some extremely small children or a giant man? Well the Hope Sakuma rice is generously proportioned and those who know Uncle Williams know him to be an exceedingly tall gen...

February 9, 2019

Nutritious bounty delivered directly from one of the poorest rural chiefdoms in Sierra Leone to one of the poorest urban chiefdoms in Sierra Leone made the news in Sierra Leone this week appearing in n...

February 4, 2019

Mama Mayila's got some news to share! Hope Sakuma's nutritious country rice from the Sanda Magbolontor boli lands has arrived where it's needed most - Moa Wharf, one of the most deprived and marginaliz...

February 1, 2019

Meet Effie, Alfie resettled with grandma from our interim care programme, receiving gifts of nutritious kontri rice direct from Hope Sakuma, our sustainable farm, some underwear and a watch each for No...

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