Lifeline Nehemiah Home

The LNP management team continues to mentor, encourage, and holistically support the promising young people, both boys and girls, currently residing in the Lifeline Nehemiah Home as part of the Lifeline Nehemiah family. They also provide educational support to some who live with caregivers outside the Lifeline compound.

Of the Nehemiah boys and girls attending Junior and Senior Secondary School, some are currently preparing to re-sit the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exams (WASSCE) next academic year, with particular emphasis on improving their English proficiency, after several of them struggled to reach the necessary grades in the last academic year. Additionally, others are engaged in college education or vocational skills training.

With the support from our many friends in the UK, the LNP leadership will be able to purchase sufficient food for the Nehemiah Home in 2024. Despite the prices of food and commodities skyrocketing, and the prevailing financial crisis, we are thankfully praising God for His amazing provision!

Additionally, the team has been able to cover up to 70% of the educational costs for the Nehemiah boys and girls for this 2023/2024 academic year, for both residents and non-residents alike.

A young girl (the youngest of the Nehemiah family), recently fell seriously ill and the hospital diagnosed her as suffering a mix of malaria, typhoid and anaemia. Thankfully, with the appropriate treatment, she is now on the path to full recovery.

One of our boys, Thomas, now has the use of a laptop to aid him in his studies – yet another example of the continued investment received from all our friends – financially, materially, morally and spiritually.

We, as a team, once again extend our heartfelt thanks to you all for that continued support for our God-given work here in Sierra Leone.