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An Ariel Perspective

8th December 2017 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

Last week we had a drone fly over our house building.  Here is a picture of the homes going up in Destiny Village.  Thank you to all who are helping make this possible.

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Corporate team Arup build steps in a slum

27th November 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Leading Engineering Consultancy Arup, have sent a team to work with Home Leone this week.  They are helping in a range of ways, particularly with the village topography, soils and drainage plans. It is just wonderful having their support a part of their CSR and team development.  Yesterday they visited one of the slums to gain insight as to what…

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Birmingham Sierra Leonean’s serve their nation in Luton

18th November 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

An amazing group of Birmingham based Sierra Leonans learned of Home Leone’s vision to transform the lives of the vulnerable and slum dwellers in their nation of birth. They travelled to Luton to help us load a 40ft container of tools, supplies and equipment heading for the new Destiny Village. They even brought 15 bags of clothing to support those…

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BBC Digital highlight Home Leone’s vision

16th November 2017 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

Have a look at this link – The BBC came to see me and did a short highlight which goes live on their site on 17 November.

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Healthcare on the move

11th November 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

It was great to welcome our friends from the AHS hospital in Waterloo, as we discuss the start of healthcare facilities in Destiny village.  They will bring the expertise as we look to deliver the primary care to an impoverished people group and the wider community. We talked about what key facilities we provide and what can be referred.  How…

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Water system support

5th November 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

One key element of Home Leone’s strategy is to deliver clean water for the 2,000 people the village will house.  This has largely been enabled by the Meal a Day Trust and this week, we were delighted to welcome Phil and Kate Lawrence, their trustees, to see the work so far. We refurbished an old British water pumping station (that…

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