We have worked closely with a number of international NGOS:

Wild Geese Foundation – Netherlands
We received news in October 2014 news that our application to the Dutch Wilde Geese Foundation (http://wildgeesefoundation.org/)  for funding in a joint project proposal done with Dutch NGO Smarter Hospital http://www.smarter-hospital.nl/index.php/en/ was approved. This will make it possible for us to refurbish five primary schools in Yele village in the heart of rural Sierra Leone. The project will include the provision of latrines, sports equipment, school items, new water wells and the construction of two new school buildings. View photos of some of the Yele schools that will benefit from this project here:  http://www.action4schools.gi/futureprojects/

Smarter Hospital – Netherlands http://www.smarter-hospital.nl/index.php/en/
We worked closely with this hospital in 2013 by providing medical assistance to a child that needed an operation. The child required plastic surgery and plastic surgeons from Doctors of the World Netherlands performed the operation in November 2013 which was a success.

Spanish Red Cross & Medicos del Mundo – Spain
The country delegates assisted in the early stages of our work and became the link between the charity in Gibraltar and the schools we supported.

Street Child – UK
http://www.street-child.co.uk/
In March 2012 we funded two schools which were built in Komoya and Bendugu in the Tambakha region by Street Child.

Water4Foundation – Willamette Medical Teams – USA
http://water4.org/
They have provided all of the water wells for our school projects, the first well was provided in May 2013 at the Kabala Amputee Camp school, then in 2014 they provided a total of 12 water wells in various locations, Yele, Port Loko and Newton.

EducAid – UK
http://www.educaid.org.uk/
This British NGO has been working in Sierra Leone since 2000, they have built and run five free schools in Maronka, Rogbere, Lumley, Magbeni and Rolal. EducAid started their teacher training “Quality Enhancement Programme” (QEP) in  2012. We provided teacher training for all of the Regent Village Primary schools through EduAid’s QEP during early 2014.

Heaven Homes Orphanage Primary School (UK)
https://www.heaven-homes.org/
A UK charity which runs a free primary school called “Heaven Homes” in Newton Village. We provided a new bore hole water well for the school in 2014. We also supported them in the building of a home for ebola orphans during early 2015.

Because International – The Shoe That Grows Project
http://becauseinternational.org/about-us.html
Millions of children in Sierra Leone either do not have shoes to wear at all or wear the incorrect type and size shoes and this has obvious and long lasting negative effects. We teamed up with US NGO “Because International” and provided 60 pairs of shoes to shoesOrphanage Primary School in 2017. More information on the especially designed shoes that we provided can be found here: https://theshoethatgrows.org/

The shoes that grows is a special hard wearing sandal that can be adjusted with the use of special fasteners and Velcro straps so that the child using it can continue using it as the feet grow !