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MAKE MICA MIGHTY!

August 28, 2018

Mica is much loved by her sisters and brothers and is absolutely devoted to Miss Destiny and Little Lady Faith – if Mica’s not to be found, just listen for Destiny and Faith and you’ll be sure to find her! Mica’s many admirable qualities include a very caring temperament, unlimited patience and a streak of fun a mile wide!

 

A young teen, tragically orphaned by Ebola, Mica was really struggling in Moa Wharf and at risk of repeated sexual exploitation. Now safe, Mica is absolutely thriving at Rising Academy. This year was Mica’s first-ever time in school and amazingly she came first in her class! She also won most improved in maths and as her teacher wrote: “excellent performance, always hard-working!” An attitude Mica most definately carries at home at the Cradle.

 

Mica’s favourite colour is red and rose apples her fruit of choice. Mica loves readng and drawing and she really really loves dressing up for parties. And then dancing at them! Mica’s naughtiest moment? Truthfully she hasn’t had one!

 

Aged nearly 14, Miss Mica’s future lies in Sierra Leone - can you help make Mica mighty? Help Mica achieve her goals and stay in education until she attains the skills for a good job? You can sponsor Mica from just $25 a month: http://bit.ly/MicaH4EO

 

We match your sponsorship with other kind sponsors to provide year-round care for Mica and you’ll receive an entry on our Wall of Thanks, a BIG personal THANK YOU from Mica and you can swap monthly video messages sharing her childhood memories knowing she has a loving community of care.

 

FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY!

Follow our journey bringing hope to vulnerable children in Sierra Leone - please  and share to raise awareness for children with disabilities and Ebola’s Generation.

 

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