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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INTENSIFYING RICE PRODUCTION,        IMPROVING FOOD SECURITY

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

April 3, 2019

What a beautiful sweeping expanse of nerica rice can already be seen in Roghenti's inland valley swamp, the site of one of our farmer field schools kindly being delivered by JICA (Japanese international cooperation agency) for Hope Sakuma in Sanda Magolontor Chiefdom....

March 24, 2019

Sheku's off to deliver fertilizer to Madineh - just one of 15 teams developing inland valley swamp sites growing nerica rice - so the basal dressing can be applied at exactly the right time as the seedlings are transplanted and we must confess those seedlings are looki...

March 1, 2019

Sheku and Hassan were very pleased accompanying Mr Bangura and Mr Turay from JICA (Japanese International Cooperation Agency on their three-day trip to Sanda Magbolontor, visiting 12 villages and inland valley swamps to provide their first monthly on-site field school...

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February 3, 2019

Foday would like to introduce you to his Hope Sakuma colleagues using his antique bugle, handed down through the generations and left originally by the British a very long time ago, along with family names like Muskett and a little village that will forever be England....

January 30, 2019

Mama Mayila and Aunty Zainab are helping the Ladies of Hope Sakuma thresh and winnow and polish an amazing 3 tons of rice - 60 fifty kilo bushels of nutritious country rice from the Sanda Magbolontor boli lands - now that's a lot of rice! More than has ever been undert...

January 15, 2019

Uncle Junior and Uncle Osman and a young man with a super bow-tie are fashioning yet more hessian sacks by hand for Hope Sakuma - we've heard there's sixty bags of nutricious country rice from our boli being parboiled for the centre and kinship fostering programmes.

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January 12, 2019

From the Freetown streets of the capital to the rural idyll Sanda Magbolontor Chiefdom by way of Dovecot these four steel drums are making their way to aid parboiling 60 x 50 kilo bushels of nutritous Hope Sakuma country rice. No-one in Sanda Magbolontor has yet attemp...

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