Friday 22 May 2020

Adolescents in Sierra Leone getting protected through a new Game Application



Photo by Jacob Wilson Save the Children April 2020

Thursday 21 May 2020

Save the Children featured in an Article by the Daily Telegraph UK


Sharing with you an article written by the Daily Telegraph. The  story is on education and the likely impact of COVID-19 on girls. The feature is based on an interview with Minister of Education and with Save the Children. Please follow ths link below.

Monday 11 May 2020

“What happened to me in Ebola will not happen during Corona.”

In disasters and outbreaks, it’s women and children who suffer the most. Kadiatu* 17, a beneficiary of ‘Second Chance’ Project by Save the Children lives at the Rokupa wharf, a densely populated fishing community where thousands of people live in makeshift homes built with mud and corrugated metal sheets.

Wednesday 29 April 2020

Reducing the risks surrounding teenage girls amidst COVID 19 pandemic


Beneficiaries in Dwazark receiving Save the Children COVID-19 Emergency Response packages. Photo credit: Abdul Sillah.

“I thank Save the Children for what they have done for me today. This donation will help me a lot. Because of this, I will not be tempted to join bad friends or go out in the streets to find food because I have it enough in my house.”

Wednesday 22 April 2020

Frankly speaking: Children share their views on COVID-19


Save the Children Sierra Leone is conducting a rapid assessment of children in selected communities to find out how COVID-19 is affecting their lives.  Through frank conversations with children aged five to eighteen years, the assessment will find out how much information children have about COVID-19, how they feel about school closure and concerns they have about staying at home.