Freetown, Sierra Leone, 24th April 2020: Seventeen-year-old twins, Alusine and Sento Kamara from Freetown in Sierra Leone, have been at home since schools closed on the 31st March 2020 as a measure to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. Life at home during this period has been characterised by anxiety as well as deep longing to reunite with school friends and peers. On a typical day at this time of the year, the twins would be in school, mixing and mingling with friends while preparing to write assessment examinations which will allow them to graduate from Junior Secondary School level to the Senior Secondary School level.
We are raising funds through our community charity response initiative to support 400 children living in hard to reach communities across Sierra Leone with school learning materials as we plan for the next academic school year in September 2020. We are raising $2000 for the charity. Help us achieve this by donating anything you can to get 400 kids with an opportunity to start school this academic school year. You can contact our campaign leader Paul Lengar via email at [email protected] or donate through Western Union/ Contact Name: Paul Lengar, Country, Sierra Leone Telephone: +23288813808
Nothing is too small!
We are targeting 400 kids living in hard to reach communities from across Sierra Leone