The Hope team were honoured this month to host visitors from not one but two nations, the UK and the US, coming to witness firsthand our Moa Wharf kinship fostering programme in action. Aunty Fatmata Lahai from diaspora-led Richer Minds Group of health, social care and housing practioners and professionals and US volunteers Aunty Nichole and Uncle Joe.
Our programme helps 42 children under 15 and 17 children 16-18, orphaned by Ebola, in one of the most deprived communities in one of the most deprived countries in the world and each child receives a monthly supply of rice and help with school fees. You can see our guests help distrubute the rice and afterwards help distribute clothes and footwear to the children, kindly donated by LETS Ruilwinkel thrift store in Dordrecht, Netherlands.
And after giving food and clothes to the kids in our kinship fostering programme our guests ventured further into Moa Wharf to witness first hand some of the terrible living conditions of the children.
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