97 children in Kalia Village, Sierra Leone West Africa need services after being left without parents due to the Ebola epidemic. Children left without basic needs to survive, left to fend for themselves. In need of basic life necessities-food, water, clothing, and shelter. Education and school supplies needed. Medical, dental and mental health services. Goal-to contribute to the development of their area, reduce poverty. Empower local communities to support developmental needs to promote change.
During the Ebola crisis the children left behind had little means of survival. The surviving children had no family to care for them. Both parents perished due to the Ebola virus. While trying to deal emotionally with the loss of their parents, they are left trying to survive. As food, water, clothing, shelter and education becomes scarce leaves these children vulnerable to illness and poor outcome.
Hope for Children International will provide shelter, food, clothing and education for these children in need. We will be able to sponsor all 97 of them, giving them ongoing services and an education. Make sure life needs are met, as well as their emotional wellbeing. We will give them a safe environment, and get them off the streets. Provide medical services.
Effective monitoring and distribution to the children whom were left as orphans as a result of Ebola. Partner with other NGO's that are on site to make sure proper delivery of services is being implemented. Make sure the children complete their education, and have a suitable living arrangement. Continued health services. Contribute to the development of their area, reduce poverty. Incorporate local communities into helping address developmental needs, support young people to become the change.