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Solar Radios Help Girls Improve Their English

We recently distributed 38 Multipurpose Solar radios to girls at the FAWE school.  The girls were excited and very happy to receive the radios. 

At the distribution ceremony, Joseph, our program Coordinator, encouraged the girls to tune into educative radio broadcasts that were put together by the Ministry of Education to add value to their lives. The broadcasts, he explained, will help them to improve their English.  

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Wed, 07/12/2017
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eHealth Africa Team Provides Water Tank and Plumbing Supplies to Running Water Project

A team from eHealth Africa visited the Dream Home on June 30, 2017 – convening at the Grace Christians In Action Church. The meeting commenced with an opening prayer made by Mrs. Agnes Othello-Kargbo. Mr. Musa Komeh a staff of eHealth chaired the meeting. Mr. Joshua Sandy, the Coordinator of Dream Again Home. made the welcome address. He welcomed eHealth to the family of children that have lost their parents to the Ebola epidemic that claimed so many lives in Sierra Leone.

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Fri, 06/30/2017
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Thanks For Helping to Provide On-Going Education

Thank you for your continued support to help optimize educational opportunities in Cameroon for the students at the Bitame Lucia Nursery and Primary School in Nkolfoulou, Cameroon (BLIS).  Your donations have helped purchase school supplies, provide scholarships and cover expenses at the BLIS School.  

The students at the BLIS recently celebrated National Day. Photos included in this report show their parade in honor of National Day. 

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Mon, 06/05/2017
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Bringing Light for Students without Electricity

Thanks to your generous donations we were able to provide multiple families with solar lights - in a village with no electricity.

Kamawornie is a village in Northern Sierra Leone and is not connected to the electricity grid - with no power supply. At night, for lighting, they have no choice but to use kerosene lanterns and open-flame candles. The smoke from these light sources is hazardous to their health. 

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Thu, 04/20/2017
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Dream Home Hens Are Growing Very Well

Thanks in part to your help, the hens at the poultry are doing very well.  

With your support, we purchased 300 day-old chicks and needed items to maintain the poultry.  This included drinkers and feeders, chicken feed and wood shavings for the floor. Your support also helped to cover the costs of vaccinations/medications (to help keep the chicks healthy).

The eggs will help provide on-going income towards the running costs of the orphanage. The fresh eggs will be a steady supply of high-quality protein for the orphans.

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Mon, 04/17/2017
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