Mama Mayila Yansaneh was honoured to bestow AWOL Continental Europe's second Noble Moseray Fadika Legacy Award to Sander de Kramer for Sunday Foundations' work in Sierra Leone, building and supporting twenty schools since 2007.
Before the presentation Mama Mayila inspired the gathering with a plea for womens' rights and introducing Mr de Karmer Mama Mayila paid tribute to the man and his work:
“This man is my best friend. He understands that education is the key to Salone's development and I am proud to call him my son.”
As the first recipient of the Noble Moseray Fadika Legacy Award Mama Mayila rembered the most-respected, widely-loved and much-missed businessman to present her successor with the prestigous at the end of an action-packed weekend event held in Antwerp, Belgium and organized by reknowned diaspora volunteer organization, AWOL (All Works Of Life) Continental Europe.
Receiving the award Sander explained his organization's mission to educate disadvantaged children:
"Sunday Foundation started back in 2007 and now in 2019 we have built 20 schools. We are all volunteers and do this because we love Salone and it's people. We are in this together and we have some exciting new projects planned with Mama Mayila."
AWOL is a non-political development group with seventeen outstanding years delivering vital humanitarian assistance to victims of disasters.
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