From Suzanne: “We rented a minibus which was circulated through different directions, picking up 128 street children and 22 street women with their children (not counted). All came to eat. We had also prepared, the day before, a small gift for each child to take with him or her, it was wonderful.” WE means the […]
We had a hugely successful year at Touch the Nations. We are grateful to all who made this possible in 2011: You helped us send a forty-foot shipping container of donations for all 6,000 amputees across several camps in Sierra Leone (Ship Hope to Africa) Your generosity allowed us to build a new building for the […]
Your donations are making it possible for a new school to be built in Newton. Here are some early pictures of construction.
We are so proud of the students at the Kondie Farm School who graduated this year. Here are some pictures of the Sixth Grade and Kindergarten graduations. Thanks to your donations, we were able to build a new building for the Kondie Farm School in 2011 to make it possible for more students to attend.
In 2011, we worked to dig new wells for villagers in Sierra Leone. Here are just a few of the pictures of one of the wells, taken in June, 2011. Thank you to all who made this possible!
Here are pictures of the Makeni Camp in Sierra Leone, including two pictures of scholarship recipients. Thank you for making it possible for these children to receive an education.
Our work in Sierra Leone is broad-reaching. Thanks to your donations, we are able to distribute rice to widows, amputees, our volunteers, and other people in need. We also purchase and build desks for the schools.
Here are more pictures of the donations being received by the camps for amputees and war wounded in Sierra Leone. We distributed clothes and shoes at several camps. To give you a size of two of the camps, there are 50 houses in the Kenema Camp, with 400 victims and dependents. 150 students and nine […]