Empowering Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone

by Develop Africa, Inc.
Empowering Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone
Empowering Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone
Empowering Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone
Empowering Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone

Project Report | Sep 20, 2017
The Dream Home Children Enjoyed Their Summer - Thanks to YOUR Generosity

By Amy Baty-Herbert | Project Coordinator

Mabinty was ranked 2nd in her class
Mabinty was ranked 2nd in her class

Dear friends,

The Dream Home children had a busy July and August with multiple visitors, summer camps, report cards and gifts.  None of this would be possible without the generosity of people like YOU!  

The kids were delighted by the generosity of the visitors and the gifts they received. The children finished their school year well and are all looking forward to another successful school year this year. 

Visitors this summer included: the Royal Servants, Uncle Cheedy, Aunt Edwina and The Bow Valley Baptist Church from Canada.  The kids were delighted to spend time with all of their visitors. You can see more photos of the Royal Servants in the Full Photo Album

Gifts this summer included: Aunt Cecelia’s boxes of peanuts for the kids that they love receiving.The children also received candy from the Royal Servants during their visit. Uncle Cheedy gave each of the children a monetary gift during his visit.

Fourteen of the children went to Kono for the Youth for Christ Camp. The camp was an enriching experience for them spiritually. They also enjoyed the social interaction with their peers and other camp activities. You can see more photos of the summer camp in the Summer Camp Album.

The Dream Home received their report cards and seventeen of the children advanced to the next class level. There are now six Dream Home children in High School.

Your continued support helps us provide the food, education, and security that these Ebola orphans need. Because of your support, the kids had a great summer. They are now ready to start the new school year. They look forward to another successful year.  You are making a lasting a difference for these children!  

With great appreciation,
The Develop Africa & Dream Home Teams

Dream Home Children at Summer Camp
Dream Home Children at Summer Camp
Dream Home Children with the Royal Servants
Dream Home Children with the Royal Servants
Mabinty's report card
Mabinty's report card
Aaron's report card
Aaron's report card
Aunty Janet's Visit
Aunty Janet's Visit
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Jul 3, 2017
Improvement in Academic Work, Visit of Clowns and Easter Party

By Sylvester Renner | Project Leader

Apr 7, 2017
The kids Are Doing Well in School & See Comment From Visit of GlobalGiving Representative

By Sylvester Renner | Project Leader

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Develop Africa, Inc.

Location: Johnson City, Tennessee - USA
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Twitter: @developafrica
Project Leader:
Sylvester Renner
President, Develop Africa
Johnson City , Tennessee United States

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