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In January 2015, we started our 5th humanitarian program - Hope for Tomorrow. The program comprises of 2 projects - Waterloo Ebola Orphans and Ebola Survivors. Hope for Tomorrow is about ensuring a future for 50 orphaned children, aged between 6 months to 4 years old (Jan 2015) and 5 youths (aged 15+) who themselves are orphaned and are survivors of the Ebola virus.
SLWT has committed to supporting these children until the finish their secondary education - so this is a long-term commitment. Our responsibility is for their education, health and welfare, which means we are also supporting their caregivers with seeking employment and or entrepreneurship. This is a huge commitment for a very small organisation, but we are faithful. To deliver this work on the ground, we have a team of 5 - Mrs Marion Morgan (Project Manager), Ms Mabinty Kamara (Project Coordinator) and 3 Field Officers.Donate Now
We are looking for caring individuals and or families (Sponsors) to give our 50 ebola orphans and 5 survivors much needed love and support beyond what they get from their caregiver and immediate surroundings. We believe it not only helps the children economically, but contributes to the psychological development - a sense of being loved and cared for, Hope for Tomorrow.
It costs £25 a month - less than 90p a day to sponsor a child with SLWT. This covers the child's Education, Health, Allowance to their carer and a Savings account. Your sponsorship is focused on the child's individual development needs, while also taking into consideration the needs of their guardian and community.Donate Now
On completion of their primary education, FAWE facilitates and encourages the secondary education of its girls through a scholarship programme as secondary education is not free
Each year SLWT provides scholarships for 60 girls attending secondary school in Sierra Leone. These girls are all ex-pupils of FAWE primary school for girls. The scholarship covers their school fees, examination costs, books, uniform as well as a small travel allowance. It costs £50 a year to give each scholar this opportunity, help us make a difference.
SLWT seeks to inspire these girls to achieve their full potential in spite of their economic constraints. Since the start of the program, SLWT sponsored scholars have successfully proceeded to university and medical school.Donate Now
As a UK based charity, we do not have any employees; all work primarily administration and fundraising is done by volunteers and the trustees.
In Sierra Leone, SLWT employs 5 personnel to support the operation of its Hope for Tomorrow programme. Unrestricted donations to SLWT go towards funding our team in Sierra Leone and covering meagre overheads in the UK, such as insurance, website maintenance and fees.Donate Now