Hunger & Livelihoods

Tuesday 17 January 2023

"Leaving old farming practices is hard but new ideas have paid off”

Ansu watering his nursery to test new methods of farming at Higima Village, Rutile. February 2022. Photo Credit: Abdul Sillah – Save the Children

Tuesday 11 October 2022

30 farmers graduate from the GAP course and get certificates to train others.

6TH October 2022 – Lungi, Bonthe District

Today, Save the Children bestowed certificates on 30 farmers who have completed the Good Agronomic Practices (GAP), Commercialization and Socialization Course. The international Finance Cooperation (IFC) and Sierra Rutile Limited funded this project.

Tuesday 27 September 2022

“Farming is now simple and profitable” Lead Female Farmer

Iye Golia is one of 35 lead farmers in the Sierra Leone Agricultural Initiative. A farmer for over 15 years, she is one of only a few female farmers the project trained on agriculture and livelihood.

Friday 24 August 2018

Teenage mother given a second chance in life



Photo credited by Fambul Welbodi team

By Ramatu Jalloh