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Over 1,000 fruit trees were planted in two communities in Sierra Leone along with completed construction of 120 meters of canal to mitigate heavy flooding in a climate resilience intervention implemented by World Hope International in partnership with National Skill Pool and funded by Engineers without Borders Denmark. In addition to tree planting and canal building, waste clearing and awareness-raising activities were key activities in the communities during this project's implementation. The two communities also received COVID-19 support for sanitation and hygiene. A collaborative meeting was held recently for the communities with representatives from Office of National Security (ON Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Community stakeholders, Climate Resilience Community (CRC) members, women, youth, teachers, health officials, the Freetown city council health superintendent, and the Freetown city council sanitation director. More Information

Haitian doctors and nurses of La Gonâve Wesleyen Hospital heard about the desperate need for medical assistance following the earthquake – and responded… More Information

The Haitian team at the GivePower Solar Water Farm spearheads an emergency response to deliver 30K liters of clean water per day to earthquake survivors on the mainland. More Information 

Take a trip across Freetown, Sierra Leone, with team members of World Hope International's Enable the Children (ETC) program. Experience the unique opportunity to virtually observe a physiotherapy session as the ETC team are welcomed into the home of Alhassan and his family and conduct some cognition exercises and physical therapy with him. What difference is it making? As his mother puts it, "They have helped him improve a lot. He has started walking due to these exercises...." More Information 

Spend a day with World Hope International's Protection Manager, Miriam Fullah, as she manages the Recovery Centre in Sierra Leone and spends her day working to bring hope, healing, and justice for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence and human trafficking. More Information

How has mushroom farming impacted local communities? Through increased food security, reduced labor migration, improved sanitation and hygiene, and affordable education - and those are just some of the benefits... More Information 

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