Working with women's girls single teenage parents children in the most deprived communities in Sierra Leone

Joyce Kanu
Posted October 28, 2021

I'm Joyce Kanu a mother and mentor who is currently working with Joys Crystal Foundation in the most deprived communities in Sierra Leone with women girls children who are less privileged living in the outskirt of Freetown engage women in economic empowerment project such as agriculture listening to their stories and cancelled encourage them to discover their God giving potential we teach them long life skill to enable them to have better standard of living and contribute to national development in their community and the country as whole. help girls who have drop out of school that are academically incline we integrate them back into school system those who are not brilliant we enroll them into skills training programme such as vocational schools. children who have never been to school we create community initiate schools to learn them how to read and write to discover their potential and move them into the free quality education school initiated by the present Government of President Maada Bio. presently we are yearning to empower women to led community projects such as computer literacy classes, create programme to educate them to know their rights and how to tackle problems in a more civil way and win at the end 

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Jill Langhus
Oct 29
Oct 29

Hi Joyce,

Welcome to World Pulse! What a great initiative. Thanks for all that you do. There are a few vocal contributors from Sierra Leone on here, if you would like connect with them?

Is Joys Crystal Foundation on social media? If so, can you share your social handles, so we can follow/like your organization?

Looking forward to seeing more posts from you.

megsmueller
Oct 30
Oct 30

Greetings Joyce and welcome to World Pulse! Congratulations on your first story. Thank you for giving hope and for providing possibilities. You are doing a wonderful work and making a huge difference in your community.

All the best!