New wells in Sierra Leone

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!  

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Other outreaches in Sierra Leone

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.  

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Ship Hope to Africa – Donations Received (New Pictures 2-2012)

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 […]

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Help build a school in Sierra Leone

Samuel Menyongar and his wife started a school in Sierra Leone. We would like to build a ‘tin roof school’ rather than the current ‘stick school’ before the fall classes start. The total cost will be $1500.00. This includes 10 bundles zinc, 10 dozen sticks, nails, transportation of materials and workmanship. Hit the ‘donate’ button […]

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Samuel & Mariama Menyongar coming to Omaha in September

Samuel Menyongar and his wife Mariama are planning to be in Omaha in September. They distributed Ship Hope donations to the amputees in Sierra Leone. We are organizing their speaking schedule. Details TBA. If you don’t get our monthly email updates and want to, send me your email address.

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Ship Hope to Africa clears the port, distribution begins

It is thrilling to hear that Ship Hope to Africa has cleared the port in Sierra Leone and distribution has begun in several camps. In a message from Samuel Menyongar: We have distributed clothing, shoes, handbags, belts, socks, etc., in Newton amputee camp to 220 family heads and dependents, Benguema amputee camp to 75 family […]

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