LifeLine Nehemiah Projects

Gratitude to our Friends, Funders & Partners

The Lifeline Nehemiah Projects leadership team remains truly grateful to our friends, funders and partners for their continued support without which it would have been impossible for us to impact the lives of many vulnerable young girls and women, unemployed young people and disadvantaged children across Sierra Leone this past year. In 2023 we were

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Betteh Tumara Agriculture Project

Based in Punduru village, Gorama Mende Chiefdom, Kenema District, Lifeline’s agricultural work continues and we also remain committed to providing Junior Secondary School education for the young people in community and its surroundings. LNP also remains committed to the ongoing investment into the families and farmers by providing support, involving the supply of quality rice

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Lifeline Betteh Tumara Technical & Vocational Institute (BT)

Trainees in Hospitality, Electrical Installation, Plumbing and ICT disciplines have completed their first semester examinations, ending on December 15th and, together with the various Lifeline Nehemiah School groups, they are now on their Christmas and New Year holidays.  All 150 trainees have successfully completed this first semester although some of them were still unable to

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Lifeline Nehemiah Home

All the Nehemiah boys and girls are continuing to remain strongly connected to the Lifeline Nehemiah Family, enjoying love, care and holistic support through the LNP leadership team, in association with our partners, and friends. With the schools now on break, the Nehemiah boys and girls who reside on the LNP compound have started enjoying

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National News Announcement of Lifeline Nehemiah Projects Continued Impact

On Tuesday, November 21st, the LNP leadership held a press conference designed to inform the wider public about the positive accomplishments achieved to date, and to explain the continued challenges faced in the future as we continue to pursue the founding vision of Lifeline Nehemiah Projects. With more THAN ten journalists in attendance, representing the

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Plans, Successes & Challenges

Plan: by 2024 we plan to celebrate the birthdays of each Nehemiah boy or girl, developing a calendar to display the birthday of each individual throughout the year. Plan: to gather funds in order to purchase new beddings, toiletries, underwear, shoes, and more food for the Nehemiah boys and girls. Plan: to buy fabric and

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2 Young Lives (2YL)

The 2YL team held their annual conference at Bumpe, Bo District, with 58 delegates drawn from the 12 sites, located in the 8 districts of Sierra Leone. The conference was launched with an address given by Prince Tommy Williams, the Executive Director of Lifeline Nehemiah Projects, who thanked all the mentors for their hard work

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Betteh Tumara Agriculture Project

LNP continues to collaborate with farmers and community stakeholders in the village of Punduru, Gorama Mende Chiefdom of the Kenema District, and we are delighted to confirm ongoing gains. Our support includes supplying the farmers high quality rice seed and cassava stems, together with counselling for both the families and individuals involved. The continued investments

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Lifeline Nehemiah Home

LNP and its partners continue to be strongly committed to supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged boys and girls, including them into the overall scope of the Nehemiah family, some of whom live in the Nehemiah Home, others continuing to live in their community but also receiving similar input. Thanks to the financial support being provided by

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Lifeline Betteh Tumara Technical & Vocational Institute (BT)

The continuing vision of the Betteh Tumara management team is to invest in the young people of Sierra Leone, the future generations, particularly those who are unemployed or vulnerable, and we offer vocational training in various areas, including Plumbing, Electrical Installation, Hospitality and ICT, and we currently have 150 students enrolled across those disciplines. Lifeline

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