construction of Houses

by Alisa Women's Farming Project

We received $95.00 in the month of February which can only provide four bags of cement. We have not started any foundation of the 75 houses that are supposed to be built. The disable are suffering grately and they cannot afford a place to live. This is the worse season of the year, because the rain is too heavy and they cannot move out with their families to go and beg for their livings.

We are asking donors for their kindly and continuous support on these disable people.

Thank you!

We have raised a total of $200, which can only provide ten bags of cement, one trip of sand and one trip of stones. We have not started any foundation of the 75 houses that are supposed to be built. The disable are suffering grately and they cannot afford a place to live. They get sick more often, and especially the ones with their family. They cannot support their families, unless they went to the street or lorry-park and begged, so that they can get money and support their family.

We are asking donors for their kind and continuous support on these disable people.

We are still asking for donors support. The disabled (amputees and the blind) are suffering greatly. They have no homes to live in neither do they have food to eat. All they do is beg in the streets and what they earn in the street cannot even sustain them for a day.
We are asking for donors to continue supporting this project, since these people are human beings and they have families. Many lives would be saved by doing this.

We are victim of war; with hands and legs cut off. We have no hands to do any work to support our families. We are living in a camp, where we use plastic to cover our roofs. Rain or no rain, we suffer greatly. We are asking globalgiving and donors to supports us to build houses. So, we can live a better life with our families.

Hello, We are still looking out for support from donors to construct houses for the amputees and the blind. Now they are suffering because of the rainy season; they have no place to sleep, no food to eat and they are looking out for support from donors.

 

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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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