School construction continues in Mahabama Sierra Leone
Beautification of the grounds at Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home. It is wonderful to see the initiative of quality leaders, donating plants and their own While other plants were purchased. A teacher friend of mine whom I taught with years ago has also given fruit trees which will provide delicious vitamins for many years to come.
Youth who live at Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home are using the three shovels we purchased on our trip and are doing diligent work to flatten out their play space themselves. I’m very proud of their initiative!
The leadership team with Samuel and Mariama Menyongar in Kondie Farm, Sierra Leone.
First plant donated from the community. As plants grow and multiply, they can be split and exchanged for free.
We bought five chickens for Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home. For a few days they will be tied and fed. Then they will be loosed and know where their home is at BMCH.
School construction continues in Mahabama, Sierra Leone.
I felt like Santa swooping into the workshop gathering up treasures to give away. Thanks to Monica Bosiljevac from Football for the World, right here in Omaha, Nebraska. All of this soccer gear will be distributed in Sierra Leone and Liberia when we travel there! One of my favorite stories is how Soccer saved Samuel […]
These children from the neighborhood surrounding Bonnie Memorial Children’s Home attend the adjacent school because of scholarships provided through Touch the Nations. Thanks to all who support!
Students in Sierra Leone receiving the David Jessimbo scholarships, honoring the late Registrar who had been very committed and dedicated to Kondie Farm School.