Chairman: Smart Senesie
The most pressing need in Sierra Leone is healthcare. The United Methodist Church of Sierra Leone (UMCSL) operates four hospitals and five maternity and health centers to meet the health needs of the impoverished people throughout the country.
Bread and Water for Africa® has assisted UMCSL in its mission by shipping medicines and medical supplies for use in its free and low-cost hospitals and clinics.
In addition, UMCSL operates schools to provide children and youth with the education they will need to become successful adults. Among their graduates, who are working all throughout Sierra Leone, are lawyers, engineers, pastors, business executives, administrators, elected officials and diplomats.
Bread and Water for Africa® has provided tens of thousands of books to school libraries operated by UMCSL including secondary schools in Makeni, Koidu, Freetown and Mondema which are not only available to students and staff, but also to members of the surrounding communities
UMCSL requests more medical supplies and medicine.
While Ebola is the most immediate health concern in Sierra Leone, that does not mean that other equally life-threatening illnesses have vanished, and our partner there, Christian Health Association of Sierra Leone (CHASL), continues on its mission to meet basic health...
Local Partner: Christian Health Association of Sierra Leone Program Director: Walter Carew Areas Served: Communities located in all districts of Sierra Leone, with a total population of more than five million people. Program Goals: Christian Health Association of...
Update 11/19/2014 In Liberia, the Ebola outbreak there peaked in September, and by early this month signs of normalcy are returning to the capital of Monrovia as the rate of new Ebola infections are decreasing. Sadly, that is not the case in Sierra Leone where our...