Workshop in Tombo Community Mangenda traveled to Tombo Community with the express purpose training local school principals and teachers about the importance of the Radical Inclusion Policy. The 2 day training program was well attended and those present benefited by receiving clarity concerning the associated Sierra Leone Government policies, covering such areas as caring for
In Punduru Community, LNP continues to consolidate the gains made through supporting the local farmers and community leaders in developing best and improved agricultural practices, and also in the continued education covering better care for the community’s children, especially the females.Currently, Lifeline is continuing to farm and maintain more than five acres of land producing
During the wait for the release of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, the Nehemiah Home boys and girls have been actively engaged in various activities including Joel Thomas Karim with IT, Musu Sesay with hairdressing and Esther Bangura supporting the Nursery School staff. The other Home boys and girls have now
The Betteh Tumara Management team successfully recruited 130 unemployed young people into this new academic year, with the training starting this month. Trainees have been recruited across the five vocational disciplines available: Hospitality, Electrical Installation, Plumbing, Motor Mechanics and Information & Communication Technology (ICT).
Since September 4th, when the Lifeline schools reopened after the holidays, the Schools Management team and the Community Teachers Association (CTA) have met together to discuss their plans and strategies to better cater for the pupils under their care, and also to discuss the various teaching and development strategies necessary for the 2023/2024 academic year.
This past month we were delighted to welcome a team of six people from Lifeline Network International UK, including Avril McIntyre, Owen Jaques, Jack & Sophie Easter, Anne Smith and Teah Baiden. They spent quality time engaging in a variety of activities with the Primary School teachers and pupils, the Nehemiah Home boys and girls,