Drum Roll, please… Roofing of the Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home has begun. COVID didn’t stop construction.
Early this year, 10 new children, primarily infants, suddenly came under the care of Joseph House, hoping for temporary care until local Ethiopian adoptions could take place. COVID-19 impacted the timeline, but I just got this encouraging update: “Out of the 10 children, 6 are finalizing the local adoption processes through court by end of […]
Gifts for children at BMCH in Sierra Leone during COVID-19.
I love how Samuel Menyongar is investing in the younger generation–future leaders! (pictured here: his administrative team receiving rice)
Arches on top level of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home are going up.
Our teams in Sierra Leone and Liberia are experiencing skyrocketing prices and high unemployment in the communities we serve. This project will allow us to educate the community on sanitation and distribute supplies such as face masks, disinfectant, rice, oil, and water to help them avoid contracting COVID-19 and move forward into new jobs.
Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home new photos received today. Pillars on the third level. Roof will be the next step for completion!
One new child in Sierra Leone needs a home due to a previous orphanage shutting down. Samuel Menyongar and I spoke today. We need one new sponsor to allow this child to move into BMCH. Can you commit to $35/mo? Contact info@touchthenations or reply here.
“Thank again for your support to the children in Bwiza Home; they appreciate a lot because they are normally eating while many people don’t get what to eat. Everything is very expensive in Burundi, The elections have started two days ago; and all schools started back on Monday of last week, (despite COVID-19).”
Front and side view, construction, Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone