Construction of a bridge

by Alisa Women's Farming Project
Dec 28, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We now have seventeen bags of cements, the stones and sand have already been gathered. Children need to go to school, and without the bridge, schooling will be difficult, because children usually drowned when it rains. We cannot start with seventeen bags to construct a bridge. We are asking donors' for their continuous supports to construct the bridge. 

This school growing student, her younger brother fell from this bridge and drowned. She stands on the bridge to ask donors and globalgiving for assistance in the construction of the bridge.

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Alisa Women's Farming Project

Location: Freetown, N/A - Sierra Leone
Project Leader:
Sidi Kaloko
Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

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