This note and story were forwarded from a friend: “this gives victims some sense of closure as others like you continue to reach out and assist them with rebuilding their lives.” Amputees in Sierra Leone rejoice at Taylor sentencing
Here is a recent picture of the completed water well in Kono.
Tyler: An orphan from both parents, he is almost 12 years old. He was recommended by a single mother who has taken him from the street a few days before. The woman asked me to let Tyler visit her sometimes because he has become a friend to her son, and I agreed. Three weeks ago, […]
Thank you to all who make it possible for these children to go to school in Sierra Leone
Katja and others had a great time telling others about Touch the Nations at Alice Buffet School’s World Peace day. Much interest was shown and many people signed up for the newsletter.
We are excited to report that the roof is complete on the Newton orphanage!
Brody: His parents were killed during the civilian war and he was left by himself. He was less than 10 years old and became a street kid. One concerned man brought him to me and as he was so young, I put him in the home with the other young ones. After five months, he […]
Jose: When his parents died, he stayed with his grand-father who was a sorcerer. One day his grand-father tried to do things on Jose in order to sacrifice him to his idols but Jose refused and ran away. It was how he become a street child. We received him and he is very intelligent at […]