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Girl Power Project - GPP
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Girl Power Project - GPP
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Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP
Girl Power Project - GPP

April 22, 2019

Funds Received: $17,872

Dear GlobalGiving, Supporters/Donors,

Thanks to all our supporters. Since December 2018 to now, lot of activities has been taken place in which we enjoyed a season of love, concern and care. It is the Power given to Girls to exercise their rights and be in a family full of social and humanitarian giving.

Partners in the Girl Power have done a great work and still continuing showing love and care. Their contributions is the whole world to us, shows us how they are willing to help always, to lift the poor out of poverty, creating and building bridges together for a better living. These donations have saved many lives from dropping out of school to having skills that makes them self employed and self reliant.

Recent activities apart from support girls in schools with uniforms, books and community based study group support, workshops has been going on which includes both boys and girls. The total number of children who participated in the training was 20 each from each center location. 8 centers very closed to each other were dealt with. 3 groups were undertaken from each 2 large schools and 2 groups from smaller schools based much closed to each other.

The community is selected as it has to do with crime rate and serious abuse of child’s rights by both the community people and the school children themselves. The schools have students from many different communities who are bordering with the neighbouring Guinea country. Many of these students lives are categorically not healthy and acceptable in communities because many has been dropouts due to forced marriages, migrants, child mothers, hustlers or prostitutes, drug pushers with neighbouring country Guinea drug pushers and buyers and are living at high social risks.

Stories of over 100s of girls can tell you how far they have gone with life and what they have gone through. Many are living within this Port Loko city with a purpose to find ways to change their life style and become good citizens of tomorrow, as being in the street, in illegal activities and ghettos have gained them nothing with unacceptable and unwanted marriages and children now.

Out of 160 participants, 63 are child mothers, 49 are victims of the Ebola disease, 37 are orphans, 23 does not know the whereabouts of their parents – no knowledge of their existence. Since 2013 to 2016, 41 are girls prostitutes, 79 are living within the Port Loko districts whilst 81 of them came from the border communities with Guinea. 17 are still in their marriage homes whilst 46 girls are out of their forced marriage homes and live by themselves. 9 girl-mothers have 3 babies, 17 girl-mothers have 2 babies each, 37 girl- mothers has single babies. 49 boys have girl-friends.

Out of these 49, 28 boys have children with their girl’s friends and not married. 75 girls are doing petty businesses whilst 23 boys are petty traders too and own gardens. Other girls and boys do dirty jobs such as drug pushing and robbery (purse pickers and tricking people on money laundering and other created stories of illegal deals), some boys and girls has cannabis sativa gardens far away in the bushes where it is prepared to be shipped into Guinea and other parts of the country such as in Freetown and Makeni.

7 participants (4 boys + 3 girls = 17 – 18 years) are engaged in buying Tramadol tabs which is causing trouble in the lives of young people, making them crazy and druggy and is sold at higher price. They use this money to pay for their schools fees, take care of themselves and some help their parents/guardians). This tabs help them to work hard too, do more sexual intercourse, get strength to rob people at day and night, fighting and also to forget past issues if traumatized. 29% of them have humanitarian capacity and hearts as seen coming together within their 3 clubs for social activities but need more training to build them up to change lives.

Their lives depend on petty trading, ghetto life, prostitution and border economic activities. 9 are handicaps and disables with limbs, swollen face and with paralyzed feet. The prostitutes does their commercial sex business and use money to help their babies, set up and run petty trading businesses, help their parents, pay school fees and take care of themselves.

Few do real agricultural gardening activities. Some information is withheld for privacy policy. This success of this activity came because, these supporters has been with us always to make sure, girls are supported and trained to be empowered. Thanks for your contributing hard earning money always. Your supports were very helpful, especially the follow-ups on friends and relatives that has brought us together so far.

You are all our special and fine partners who have given us new perspective on available opportunities and saving the lives of our beneficiaries. Waow, what a great friendship, a fine partner and caring person you are in our world. We value your support. Because of you, In 2017 and 2018, GlobalGiving vetted ChildHelp Sierra Leone has one of the effective organization with an award for such service. We don’t know how ChildHelp should have been without you. We will continuously update and email our reports on donations used and what has been achieved so far.

We also appreciate you, your friends, families, churches and missions, etc. Because we cannot work alone, we are open for any information, comment, criticisms and advices that you may have, for project success and sustainability. We are still continuing our causes/campaigns online and need more support to meet the need of poverty stricken children left behind, to access their basic rights.

On behalf of ChildHelp Sierra Leone, We want to say thank you very much and kindly asked to continue supporting the Girl Power. We also thank the Global Giving Foundation for best practice in crowd funding.

We wish you all a blessed happy Easter. God bless you. Best regards,

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Vetted Image 2017

ChildHelp Sierra Leone

December 24, 2018

Dear GlobalGiving,Supporters/Donors,

Thank you for taking the time to read this letter of thanks and appreciation. We have enjoyed a season of love, concern and care. We have witness your social and humanitarian giving towards our children, their families and ChildHelp Sierra Leone.

You have done a great work since we join Global Giving Foundation. Your contributions is the whole world to us showing the kind of person you are in this world, lifting the poor out of poverty, creating and building bridges together for a better living. Your donations have save lives from dropping out of school to having skills that makes them self employed and self reliant.

We have not succeeded at all until when you came on board, and contributed your hard earning money and advice. We sincerely appreciate the time you spent monthly, promoting our vision and missions, goals and recommending strategies for achieving them and to be successful and connecting us to others in your network. Your supports were very helpful, especially the follow-ups on friends and relatives that has brought us together so far. You are a special and fine partner who has given us new perspective on available opportunities and saving the lives of our beneficiaries. Waow, what a great friendship, a fine partner and caring person you are in our world.

Because of you also, In 2017, GlobalGiving vetted ChildHelp Sierra Leone has one of the effective organization with an award for such service. (Attached of image). So far, ChildHelp has 210 donors contributing to the causes of ChildHelp.

On behalf of ChildHelp Sierra Leone, We want to say, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORTS, DONATIONS AND BEING ONE OF OUR FINE PARTNERS. We don’t know how ChildHelp should have been without you. We won’t sit down silently as 2019 is fast approaching to thank and wish you all well.

We will continuously update and email our reports on donations used and what has been achieved so far. We also appreciate you, your friends, families, churches and missions, etc. Because we cannot work alone, we are open for any information, comment, criticisms and advices that you may have, for project success and sustainability.

According to the Holy Bible - James 1:27 New International Version (NIV) is written: Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress …This is why, we are appreciating you and your family for causing our needy children to smile this year. Help them to smile again in 2019.

We are still continuing our causes/campaigns online and need more support to meet the need of poverty stricken children left behind, to access their basic rights. Again, thank you so much for your help. I greatly appreciate the assistance you have provided our children left behind to be among to access their rights.

We also thank the Global Giving Foundation for best practice in crowd funding.

We wish you all, a blessed merry Christmas and a Happy prosperous and bright New Year. See you again in 2019. God bless you.

Best regards,

Kaprie J G Thoronka,

Executive Director

ChildHelp Sierra Leone

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NOVEMBER 2018 – FLASHBACK AND THANKS

Dear Friend,

The management is kindly thanking you for all your individual support provided that has impacted the lives of the children and girls we serve. As the season of holidays has approached and we have lot of issues to address and many activities to engage on, we thought fit to first appreciate your generous, concern and love donations done monthly.

Without your support, how far should we have gone? Should we have met our goal or our Vision toward the beneficiaries to be lifted out of poverty? No, that will be impossible without you. Your donation is like a tip of water drop into the mouth of thirsty person who is about to die, and that touch, can save his or her life. That is the worth of your donation, whether little or big, we say Thank you.

Extract Reports to date:

1)       The Girl Power, has 364 supporters and has donated $16,589.13

2)       Schools Water and Sanitation, has 7 supporters and donated $637.46

3)       Sierra Leone Mudslide and Flooding Relief has 18 supporters and 1 grant from GlobalGiving has donated $6,365.00

4)       Break the Chain of Slavery, has 3 supporters and has donated $185.00

5)       Special school for drop-out girls in marriage has 6 supporters donating ($3,870.00). $2000 donations from Anne Frank Fonds and $ 1,870 from friends (provided directly to ChildHelp Sierra Leone).

6)       Solar Rural Electrification for Communities has no supporter and no donation.

7)       Bikes for village Girls has no supporter and no donation

8)       School for rural students has no supporter and no donation

9)       Computer literacy and practice has no supporter and no donation

Extracts:

The Rural communities in Sierra Leone are suffering, facing extreme poverty according to MICS 4 reports launched recently. Sierra Leone, categorized as a fragile state, is shaped by its conflicted history, which strongly influences the situation of boys and girls. Despite ratifying CEDAW (1988) and adopting the ‘three Gender Acts’ and the Child Rights Act (2007), there has been inconsistent implementation and weak capacity of the structures mandated to protect boys and girls, as emphasized by recent research (Child Frontiers, 2010).

a)       The Girl Power recent report:

The Girl Power Project is a life changing by design activity, focusing on a generation left behind to be rescued, guided, protected and supported through development, advocacy and relief. 217 girls affected will be supported to continue their education, providing them with school fees, bags, uniforms, solar study lamps, a laptop, a bicycle, health pads, meals, monthly caring, power mentoring and social justice, campaign and awareness raising against illegal practices, harmful traditional practices, teenage pregnancy, child mothering and early child marriage.

Sierra Leone Mudslide and Flooding Relief:

ChildHelp was able to meet the need of those children relocated to the provincial communities in the Northern Bombali:

a)  115 beneficiaries were provided with used clothing for daily use at homes which cost $250.70

b)   34 girls were provided school uniforms - $385.33

c)   17 boys were provided with school uniforms - $385.33

d)   51 school children were provided with 2 packets of exercise books - $306

e)   51 school children fees (34 girls and 17 boys) at primary level for 2 terms only - $544

f)    115 drinking buckets and sanitary pads were provided to both boys and girls - $383.33

g)   Slight food provided during studying hours (3 days in a week) to 115 school children – $416.85

h)   Monitoring exercises to make sure that the provision reached the beneficiaries - $ 50.58

 

b)       Break the chain of slavery

Break The Chain project is a new activity within ChildHelp Sierra Leone which came up during the boundaries visitation of human rights and government officials on boundary limitations in 2017. Every year humans are trafficked in and out of the country. We have join with other forces to help combat this terrible crime and to reach those in need and disrupt the networks that prey on vulnerable people.  These victims share one essential experience which is the loss of freedom, abused and unable to live safely and freely. We were built on a promise: to make freedom happen now for all victims of human trafficking and extreme poverty. There are more needs for training and equipping of social workers and community leaders to destroy the root causes and drivers of such practice, and rescue victims. Donation is vital to our mission to serve victims and survivors.

c)       Special school for drop-out girls in marriage project –

Anne Frank Fonds ($2,000) & Friends($1,870)  raised: $ 3,870

Number of beneficiaries reached so far: 179 Impoverish and underprivileged Girls reached. This project is entirely a rescue activity for girls who dropped out of school for marriage or escaping in rural communities from their forced marriage homes. Early marriage has caused girls much suffering along with their children, unborn children and teenage pregnancy, been left behind. Teenage pregnancy and child marriage are two social vices noted with serious concern. This project aimed to rescue and support thousands of girls and women from their husband homes in skills for empowerment and to take a stand and campaign against child marriage and violent events. As a life changing activity, Ann Frank Fonds and other friends supported the training of girls and women from their husband homes, and enable them to understand and fight against (a) Physical, sexual and psychological. The project has started screening and counselling 179 survivors, protecting their privacy and confidentiality, referring and coordinating with other sectors and dealing with other humanitarian settings; Over 300 girls and women are waiting for screening and counselling, referrals and support. 78 were referred to local magistrate court through the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children Affairs and the Sierra Leone Police Family Support Unit, 13 to Vocation centers, 34 to continue their secondary education and the remaining 54 will attend YIOTEC Institution on other skills identified in January 2019.

d)       Schools Water and Sanitation –

Due to the amount of support or donations, The project team continue raising awareness and sensitisation, improving knowledge and behavior about hygiene and environmental sanitation in 12 schools and households (pupils, parents and teachers). These communities are still facing and experiencing breakout of cholera, fever, typhoid, malaria and looseness, and there great concern about the non-running bad water, intake and drinking of unsafe water, breeding and spreading mosquitoes. Every week, 2 team workers visit schools on these activities: using IEC material about participatory development, gender, hygiene and environmental sanitation and making use of illustrations and comics in schools and communities. 12 schools as targeted are still be reached with the outreach awareness messages to protect them from breakouts. Water is life, Health is Wealth – making life better for school children, their teachers and their communities’’.

THANKS YOU

 

The Projects do not have donation yet:

e)       Special school for drop-out girls in marriage

f)        Solar Rural Electrification for Communities

g)       Bikes for village Girls

h)       School for rural students

i)         Computer literacy and practice

The Outcome and achievements shows the many way forward and openings that can promote sponsorship to reach our beneficiaries with your little-by-little donations, providing access in underserved communities. Though the economic situation is now tough due to regime change, we are doing all our level best to meet these needs. Our Girls Reaching Girls revealed more absenteeism, teenage pregnancies, high dropout rate, women battering, an increase in forceful marriages practices in hidden communities, inadequate provision of daily needs and abuse of Child’s Rights. Sierra Leone as a country is experiencing a challenge and this is really tough. Though it is not be easy, but we believe in you and our supporters, with our lessons learnt and expansion, we will do more.

We are requesting your double donation support in our #Giving Tuesday, and end of Year campaign, that has started from November 27 and ends at December 31st, 2018. All these projects above are part of the competition for bonus prizes and $150,000 in matching money. Your donation can gain more bonuses and matching money to reach our goal.

ChildHelp wish to extend thanks to you as one of our fine supporters, who has worked with us so hard to reach at this level. Thanks to our able GlobalGiving Foundation and its donors, GPEDC, COL, John Nadolski and friends, Anthropology Compassion, Child Help Line International, Webb family, Girls Not Brides, Anne Frank Fonds etc, for such great assistance. We will be still providing you with more reports and pictures. Donors are always welcome to visit project sites were their money was used. Your partnership, donations, love and concerns, means the world to us! Without your donation, we should not have gone so far.

God bless you for your usual cooperation. On behalf of ChildHelp Family, may we wish you a blessed #GivingTuesday, A Happy Christmas and a bright and Prosperous New Year in advance. Thanks you so much.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Petupie G. Bangura

CEO

ChildHelp Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

GPP with sponsored girls
GPP with sponsored girls

 

GIRL POWER PROJECT

REPORT TO GLOBALGIVING OCTOBER, 2018

Organisation: ChildHelp Sierra Leone

Country:       Sierra Leone

Project Locations: Bombali District

Donor:           GlobalGiving Foundation (UK/USA)

Amount of money raised: $15,708 through 353 donations

Number of beneficiaries supported: 217 Impoverish and underprivileged Girls reached

 

Description:

The Girl Power Project is a life changing by design activity which is improving the lives of girls in rural Sierra Leone. Girl Power has become the issue of our rural populace, give rights and power to Girls. Since 2017, ChildHelp has been focusing on a generation left behind to be rescued, guided, protected and supported through development, advocacy and relief.

217 girls affected need to continue their education for another academic year has started. Girls supported were able to be agents of change in their communities, raising awareness of the importance of girls’ right, accessing education and training. Many girls were touched by the campaign words from their peers, not to be left behind and still taking the message of ending teenage pregnancy and early child marriage.

In June to July 2018, 21 schools were visited with messages of ‘’I am a girl, am not a Bride’’ In July and August 2018, Girls Reaching Girls (GRG) where formed from the Girl Power Camp organised quarterly. Over 15 communities were reached with games and sports, to raise awareness on the topic ‘’My Body, My Rights’’ from camp exposure. Girls who were mentored during the camp, where supported to reach other girls, on one to one meetings with ‘’ My Body, My Rights’’ message, more especially in the slums of Makeni, Magburaka and Lunsar. September 2018 became a month of reaching those left behind, encouraged to enroll and be admitted in recognised schools and or training centers.

This strategy helped hundreds of girls to be enrolled, admitted and provided with educational facilities in September, 2018 when schools reopened. 217 girls were provided with different support such as uniforms, tuition fees, bags and books. Teen mothers were provided with baby used items. I bicycle was provided to a 3rd year Junior Secondary school girl-child, Mary Kebbie, going to and fro from school at a distance of 4 miles every day.

The support from donors supporting the Girl Power is well appreciated. Generous donations from GlobalGiving Foundation, its donors, friends and partners contributed and received were used to support the areas of need for girls to access and retain in schools, and to give voice to girls, to be change agents, against issues affecting them before.

Rural communities are facing serious Harmful Practices and the Girl Power project has taken effect stand on providing social justice to their peer group. The prevalence of the Harmful Practices against girls, especially FGM and child marriage in Sierra Leone are among the highest worldwide. Prevalence rates vary nationally, but the Northern Province (targeted by this project) has some of the worst indicators with 60% of girls married before 18 and 95% having undergone FGM (compared with respective national averages of 50% and 88%). Categorized as a fragile state, Sierra Leone is shaped by its conflicted history, which strongly influences the situation of boys and girls (who form 52% of the population, MICS4) and the social and legal systems to protect them. Despite ratifying CEDAW (1988) and adopting the ‘three Gender Acts’ and the Child Rights Act (2007), there has been inconsistent implementation and weak capacity of the structures mandated to protect boys and girls, as emphasized by recent research (Child Frontiers, 2010).

Fulfillment of women’s and girls’ rights is challenged by communities’ beliefs that maintain the status quo and stereotypes about men, women, girls and boys and their respective roles in society. Gender discrimination is at the root of Harmful Practices, which perpetuate the dominant

position of men and boys in a highly patriarchal society. The Girls reaching Girls exercises revealed the thousands of girls aged 8 to 23 years, which still lack behind with poor access to basic human rights especially in education. Girls left behind reached were educated with ‘ My Body, My Rights’’ message. The message is about reaching communities where gender-based violence is on the increase that hinders girls from accessing education and economical benefits. The message is about protecting the rights of girls in the slums against violence in accessing their rights. It is about how girls can set out to rescue, strengthen and support other girls, in their communities and how duty-bearers can protect girls’ rights from accessing their education.

During the outreach activities, more girls were identified to access social, education and economical rights. Their needs are exercise books, uniforms, backpacks, sanitary pads, shoes and transport facility and other charges in schools. This has been a barrier to access and retain in schools. There is an economic and social change which has increased costs since May 2018 due to the fluctuation of the foreign exchange, rise in fuel and food commodities. Because of extreme poverty, which has led poor parents and their children into illegal practices which includes, gender-based violence and early marriages, girls and women are the suffering masses.

In many communities visited, Girls Reaching Girls revealed more absenteeism, teenage pregnancies, high dropout rate, women battering, an increase in forceful marriages practices in hidden communities, inadequate provision of daily needs and abuse of Child’s Rights. Sierra Leone as a country, is now experiencing challenges that will be tough. Though it will be not be easy, but we believe in you and our supporters, with our lessons learnt and expansion, we will do more.

Continuous and increased donations will help us to provide girls in 2018/19 academic year with school fees, bags, uniforms, solar study lamps, a laptop, a bicycle, health pads, meals, monthly caring, power mentoring and social justice, campaign and awareness raising against FGM and Child Marriage, etc to access and stay in schools and change their communities. While we served these girls, there are more thousands of kids in proposed locations, victimized, suffering, lonely every day, dropping out of schools and abused, trapped in slavery, traditional harmful practices and marginalisation in their communities. Your Little-by-Little donations will improve girls' learning and attendance in an inclusive environment protected from harm with a sustained better life.

ChildHelp wish to extend thanks to you as one of our fine supporters, who has worked with us to meet the need of our girls left behind. Thanks to our able GlobalGiving Foundation and its donors, GPEDC, COL, John Nadolski and friends, Anthropology Compassion, Child Help Line International, Webb family, Girls Not Brides, Anne Franks Fonds etc, for such great assistance. Your partnership, donations, love and concerns, means the world to us! We love you very much.

Thank you! Please don’t forget, to tell others about our campaign, to still continue to support our girls today, as you have made a real difference in their lives and ChildHelp our active organisation. We are grateful. Thanks once more and God bless you.

With gratitude,

Sincerely,

Kaprie J G Thoronka

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GRP Mentor
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GRG Play
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GRG Team
Teens in Manjawor
Teens in Manjawor
Girls reaching Teen mothers
Girls reaching Teen mothers
Amie in marriage home, to go back to school
Amie in marriage home, to go back to school

GIRL POWER PROJECT

REPORT TO GLOBALGIVING MAY 2018

Organisation: ChildHelp Sierra Leone

Country:        Sierra Leone

Project Locations: Bombali District

Donor:           GlobalGiving Foundation (UK/USA)

Amount of money raised: $14,885

Number of beneficiaries supported: 217 Impoverish and underprivileged Girls reached

Description:

The Girl Power Project is a life changing by design activity which needs attention. Our attention focuses on the neediest 217 poorest girls, with the message of accessing education and training, don’t be left behind and to avoid and end child marriages, as this would break the cycle of poverty. Through such support, your generous donations contributed and received were used on the basis of alleviating girl-child illiteracy and poverty, be role models with change mechanisms for a better community. Support from GlobalGiving Foundation, friends and partners provided free tuition, mentoring, healthy meals, clothes, school supplies, and health Pads to these girls, but no family support service was provided at this time. These donations made it happen for girls to access and retain in schools, also given voices as change agents against issues affecting them before.

There are still constraints for more rural poor girl-children to access and complete a basic cycle of quality education and trade skills training. These Girls should be lifted out of extreme poverty, marginalization, provide unlimited access to basic facilities, able to read or write and be self reliant. ChildHelp is in need of more books, uniforms, transport facility to and from schools and other costs, which is a barrier to access and retain in school always.There is an economical and social change which might increase costs from May 2018. Because of this, there will be a high dropping rate of girls and an increase in forceful marriages practices in hidden communities out of reach of government and human rights, which will be against the laws of the republic of Sierra Leone, launch in 2017 to end such practice. We are now experiencing challenges that will be tough. Though it will be not be easy, but we believe in you, with our lessons learnt and expansion, we will do more. Your support is needed to alleviate extreme poverty. Extreme poverty has led poor parents and their children into illegal practices such as dropping out of schools for early marriages to fight for survival.

Continuous and increased donations will help us to provide girls in 2018/19 academic year with school fees, bags, uniforms, solar study lamps, a laptop, a bicycle, monthly caring, power mentoring and social justice, etc to access and stay in schools. While we served these girls, there are more than 5,000 kids in our area going hungry and loneliness every day, dropped out schools and abused, trapped in slavery and traditional harmful practices including early marrying and been marginalized in their husband homes since 2017, which need attention in this 2018. Your Little-by-Little donations will improve girls' learning and attendance in an inclusive environment protected from harm with a sustained better life.

ChildHelp wish to extend thanks to you as one of our fine supporters, who has worked with us to meet the need of our girls left behind. Thanks to our able GlobalGiving Foundation and its donors, GPEDC, COL, John Nadolski and friends, Anthropology Compassion, Child Help Line International, Bradley families, Girls Not Brides, Anne Franks Fonds etc, for such great assistances.

The service of GlobalGiving as been so great and exciting which we have enjoyed so much. A great platform with discipline and governed policy. We say Thanks to GlobalGiving for good work well done, especially in issues relating to funding. Thanks again to all our Donors, including our recurring donors, who has been with us since to help us make it happen. Your partnership, donations, love and concerns, means the world to us! We love you very much.

Thank you! You have made a real difference in the lives of the children we serve and ChildHelp our active organisation. Thanks to you once more and God bless you.

With gratitude,

Sincerely,

Kaprie J G Thoronka

 

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ChildHelp Sierra Leone

Location: Makeni, W.A. - Sierra Leone
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Twitter: @ChildHelpSierra
Project Leader:
KAPRIE J G THORONKA
CEO/Director
Makeni, W.A. Sierra Leone
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