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Water – vital to life and community

20th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

As we walked the land for a second time, the dream of seeing hundreds of people living in a land of opportunity seemed one step closer. Our signs saying this land is Home Leone’s are a real encouragement. We met with some wonderful guys who dig wells and as it turned out, their base is only 3 miles from our…

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Orphans, elderly and the mentally ill

19th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Visiting friends in tough places doesn’t get easier. There at a facility we enabled to be built for those with alcohol and substance abuse was a man chained up. He had absconded in search of drugs. Can a hospital; become a prison? Well with mental health our country relies on drugs and chemistry to help so many through mental health…

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The team meet those in Cline town slum

18th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Church was different. A choir in bright colour robes led the way. The speakers are often loud but the vibrancy so lifting. Then on to one of the slums I have been visiting for a while. The one filmed in our video. We met the local councillor, Mr Bangura who was keen to share her insights. One group were proud…

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Living Seeds

17th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

  Tamba and Agnes are truly remarkable Sierra Leoneans. Tamba did not see a car till he was 12. Starting on the streets and fending for himself, he has been instrumental in helping Home Leone secure the land. Today, they run a small “factory” called Living Seeds. They have 30 ladies employed sewing industrial safety garments. Another 24 are in…

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Electricity, joint venture and New life

16th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Can you imagine 10 days and no electricity. Here to keep things going you buy a generator (though of course most of the population cannot afford one). Our brand new generator has broken down 3 times. The Lister Petter turns out to not be of the standard expected. The shop owner has kindly agreed to replace it, but with a…

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Traffic lights, Development agencies and track record

15th May 2015 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Land Rover gear box still broken so Ian headed to work on fixing it and we find a taxi. They have a law saying only 2 can ride in the back. Into the traffic jams of Freetown. How often do we get frustrated at traffic lights? After being in a town with no traffic lights you learn to appreciate them!…

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