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In a recent breakthrough for trafficking-in-persons (TIP) incidents tied to labor migration, law enforcement officers attached to a Sierra Leone border check point identified and apprehended a major trafficking ring that involved 10 migrants…
How do you help young children affected by trauma begin to heal? What about younger children who don’t understand they have been abused…?
“Without delay and, on behalf of the school, I told the team it was water that we desperately needed. I expressed to the team how long the school has been struggling with this water issue…”
“As result of project support from WHI, children are physically and spiritually looking healthy and class attendance was reported regularly.”
“I started my first mushroom house in January 2017. I decided to invest in growing mushroom. It was just like taking a big step for my family. Our family was so worried we might end up losing our money if mushroom production is not good. However, my mushroom production has been running well…”
“My family have one hectare of land for rice farming and our livelihood for years were depending on just one season rice crop every year. We went through this situation again and again each year for not having enough rice to eat…“
NEWS ALERT: Sierra Leone Country Director, Saidu Kanu, Named Outstanding International NGO Leader of the Year
Saidu Kanu, WHI’s Sierra Leone Country Director was honored as the Outstanding International NGO Leader of the Year by the African Consulting Groups.
Connecting the Dots Between Child Sponsorship, Prevention, Protection, & Possibilities for the Future
“We will train the children to know their rights and to know that their bodies belong to them. We will also teach the elders in their community…”
PAVE project works to provide therapy for survivors and train local social workers on best ways to care for child survivors of online sexual exploitation.
Children living with disabilities had the opportunity to participate in a 2-hour soccer training session at the National Stadium in Freetown, Sierra Leone…
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