Ebola's Generation Blog

October 8, 2020

Pa Francis is tarrying a while and at Hope Sakuma's weekly team meet gets to know the Hope Sakuma farmers, hears of their experiences, shows them an experiment to test for bad seed before capturing wha...

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...

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...

February 22, 2020

What a treat! August and Sid take a trip to Lumley Beach with Grandma and Uncle Med for Enable the Childrens' Annual Beach Outing for children living with disabilities.

Mama Mayila's happy to spend som...

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 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...

November 17, 2019

Your mission, should you choose to accept it help create an azolla-based whole systems movement, a collaborative call to collaborative action. A call not only to sons and daughters of Sanda Magbolontor...

November 15, 2019

Dedicated Njala student Mohammed joins Bakarr and his son, Med, crossing the Mabanta River to enter Sanda Magbolontor chiefdom and catch on the Azolla the Njala team identified and helped transport to...

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