Sierra Leone Ministry of Finance & Economic Development Registration: NNGO/705/2016-17

Sierra Leone Ministry of Welfare, Gender & Children’s Affairs Registration: MSGCA/VOL: N367/2016
Freetown City ICC Registration: 007/2016 5175

Sierra Leone Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry:  NGO/BV/PL61

Sierra Leone Karene District Council: KneDC/NGO/19/001

Sierra Leone National Federation of Farmers: MAFFSL/CA0067

Sierra Leone Company Registration: TIN 1073356-4/2016

Netherlands Company Registration: KvK 62994182

Netherlands ANBI Registration: 855045462

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HOPE SAKUMA SUSTAINABLE FARM

empowering rural women to improve nutrition, food security and climate change adaptation in Sierra Leone

OUR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PROJECTS

It's All About the Rice!

Our boli land rice, mangrove swamp rice and 15 inland valley swamp nerica rice sites, are all planted, weeded and harvested by hand improving nutrition and food security in 23 Sanda Magbolontor villages as well as feeding vulnerable children in our interim care and kinship fostering programmes.

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December 1, 2019

Dedicated volunteer and Hope's esteemed Duck Director, Vidal, carries his precious cargo of ducks and ducklings to Lunsar to make the presentation from our Chair, Alfred, to Hope Sakuma's project coordinator Amabest.

Ducks and ducklings, one male and 6 females in all a...

November 24, 2019

The Makelekos All-Stars making headway on Hope Sakuma’s first Azolla and fertilizer pits to extend Azollas’ use year round and in between rice growing seasons. First a pit for the Azolla, to be lined with cow dung preventing water loss and root penetration, as well as...

November 20, 2019

Wouldn’t you know it? Women are running away with our great chiefom groundnut chase taking the top two places on our Glorious Groundnut Leader Board!

The Ladies from the Mothers Club, Congbleneh (75 pans) and Gbonkelekeh (73 pans), claiming putative gold and silver - H...

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