New floor tiles and paint, second level Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home. Painting inside started ..white wash and then yellow paint..and then outside…
Last week was the last day of the school year in Sierra Leone. Five of the graduates pictured here are from Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home: two finished sixth grade and three finished kindergarten. All of these kids attend the school Samuel and Mariama started.
I’m giddy seeing these updated pictures today! Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home, Sierra Leone.
This year again the students who represented the Kondie Farm School in Sierra Leone scored high marks in the REGIONAL EXAMS. In the West Africa Subregion there are 16 countries. Every student leaving sixth grade to seventh grade must sit a regional exams to be promoted; it is called the NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMS […]
I am incredibly THANKFUL for this couple, Samuel and Mariama Menyongar, whom I met in 1999. They are among the top people I most respect from all my travels around the world. Selfless. Giving. Steady. Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk. All of the work that Touch the Nations does in Sierra Leone and […]
Yesterday, the cement roof was completed on the 2nd level of Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home! Freetown, Sierra Leone. Like the work we’re doing ? Join us!
Look what YOU have done through Touch the Nations! The children from Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home took a trip to the beach over summer break. Some had never seen the ocean, though they live near it. They even had dinner in a restaurant! Does anyone else get goosebumps and a heart jumping with joy seeing […]
We are steadily making progress on the Ebola Orphanage facility (Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home). The goal is to have kids moved in to bottom level in May or June. Consider sponsoring one of the new children moving in!
The Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home for Ebola orphans is much closer to reality. Arches for the front of the building and Roman columns for the back veranda are in progress. The next step is to pour a ceiling for the basement. Touch the Nations donations made this terrific progress possible. Thank you for your contribution!
Touch the Nations provided much loved soccer balls to youth who were able to enjoy their national sport. A few dollars can go a long way to impact a young life. Can you contribute today?