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  • Talking for Sierra Leone Posted on 07 June 2017

    Yesterday I completed my 330th talk about my voluntary work in Sierra Leone.

    My presentations are about spreading the awareness of the situation in the country and how I am trying to "Make a Real Difference" but fortunately they also generate much needed funds for the various projects that I am supporting.

    Yesterday's talk resulted in £143 being donated. This will be put towards the installation of rainwater harvesting on the 2 toilet blocks at the Liverpool Community School and the installation of handwash stations at both the blocks.

    The headteacher at the school says "the staff welcome the idea of handwash stations because day to day hygiene is an issue for us and the rainy season is always associated with an increase in water borne diseases such as diarrhoea and cholera. Provision of handwash stations would reduce the riskand would welcome your support for this project"

    I am close to having all the funding in place and will hopefully be in a position to send the money for the project next week. 

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