Looks like its Miss Sierra and Leo's turn for an adventure! First stop Bo City to vist senior nurseryman Pa Samai and collect more fruit tree saplings - 100 plantain saplings, 30 dwarf banana and a very sweet mango, Sheeps Tone - joining the coconuts at Hope Sakuma, the kids sustainable farm.
Helping farmers diversify into fruit trees helps restore degraded forests with productive trees, improving nutrition and livelihoods.
Alfred and Williams are very interested to hear a proposal from Pa Samai for a Bo office and promise to take it to Septembers' Board meeting for consideration.
It's a long journey from Freetown to Bo but the kids have plenty of snacks to keep them occupied! In the minivan with the kids, dedicated driver Uncle Duncan, Uncle Williams and Uncle Alfred, esteemed chairman of the board and director of Society 4 Climate Change Communications. Next stop a quick trip to pick up Uncle Vidal and visit Uncle Bai for some chicken dung and then Sanda bound.
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