- providing access to healthcare, especially for young mothers and infants and children under five;
- expanding educational opportunities for children and youth by building schools;
- digging wells so thousands in rural communities have access to safe drinking water; and,
- offering programs to support small farmers, particularly women, so they can feed their families.
Funding to expand the agriculture project and poultry project Gari (cassava) production facility. In addition, solar power and a truck for the farm are needed to run a successful farm operation.
Five thousand chickens is a lot of chickens – especially in an impoverished country such as Sierra Leone. Many go hungry for days on end and chicken is a delicacy compared with the everyday meal of beans and rice. “The evidence suggests that Sierra Leoneans love...read more
We don’t always realize how fortunate we are that our mothers had access to prenatal services and a hospital to deliver us in. In Sierra Leone, most women give birth alone in their homes with no midwife or medical aid, putting them at serious risk for...read more
Over the past few weeks, communities across the globe have been faced with challenge after challenge! Weather emergencies here in the United States and Sierra Leone have hurt so many that live in the path of these destructive storms. Once again, from all of us at...read more