Celebrating the new year at Kigbal community

Education is key but food is life.

@hamnaf_sl it’s our tradition every Christmas or new year’s season to celebrate and bless our participants with food items, clothing and some school items.

All thanks to God Almighty for making provision for us to keep doing what we are doing; transforming lives through Education, Agriculture and Skills Empowerment.

For sponsorship or partnership contact+23230707245 or email: info@hamnaf.sl

Together we can build our nation and together we can empower each other live our best lives.

Have a blessed beautiful day fam.


Education is Key

Education is the backbone of every develop society as such #Hamnafsl for the past years have been complementing government efforts in providing school going materials to vulnerable and less privilege children especially the orphans in Dambala and Kigbal communities found in Bo and Portloko district respectively.

Every academic year different school going items such as; books, pens, pencils, rulers, erasers, crayons, dictionaries, bags, uniforms, vests, socks, shoes and many more are provided to these children to see that they go to school and have a future that would be productive to not only them but the society and the country at large.

Join us create a society of elite visionaries. Together we can build the Mama Salone we all desire and want to see.

To sponsor or partner with us, you can reach us on WhatsApp on this number; +23230707245.


Service to Humanity

Service to humanity

We the youths can and are changing the face of the world. Our service to humanity start with Volunteerism, Community Service and Servant Leadership in creating the society we want to see.

This year Youth Day of Service starting August 12th to 18th themed #youthfulanduseful I will be leading a project of #Cleaning and Sensitizing the Tombo Wharf Community on General Hygiene.

The cleaning and sensitization of the Tombo Wharf Community is aim at creating a healthy, safe and clean environment for the community people. Moreover, health is wealth and cleaning the community will reduce the number of diseases, sicknesses and gives community people a chance of living healthier and happier lives.

Introduction to the community and launching of the project, done and dusted😊 to the glory of God.

To partner or sponsor this project contact on WhatsApp+23230707245 or call +232 88 611648 / +23231077527


Commemorating Day of the African Child

Our Children, Our Future!

Not just on a single day, but every day in every month of the year our children must be a priority. Children must be seen, heard, protected and given the opportunity to shine.

Eliminating Harmful Practices Affecting Children; this year’s theme speaks a lot about what is affecting our society and our country Sierra Leone at large. Of course some laws are in place to curtail those practices,but are they implemented though? Systems have been put in place to support and empower our children, cause “they are the future leaders”. Are they being protected though?

Free and public education is seen as a basic human right all over the world.Yet, girls are still kept at home as domestic servants, always seen as a poor second cause the boy child is seen as a preference, girls are forced into early marriage, initiated into the Female Genital Mutilation(FGM) without their consent. Child labor has become a norm in our society. All these harmful practices not only causes physical but also psychological and emotional damage.

On this very auspicious day I want to ask you this important question; in the capacity in which you find yourself, what have you done to alleviate the needs of children and the girl child in particular?Of course we couldn’t leave it all to the government to do the needful. As adults and senior citizens what’s our duties to our children?

Let’s start by caring for them, by saying NO! to child labor, NO! to all those harmful practices, YES to good and quality education for all including girls. Space for children living with disability to express themselves and also creating facilities that can accommodate them. Together we can, cause we are stronger together.

To end; a colleague, Mariatu Bargie from AdAmi project gave this quote:
“Children are like wet cement, anything that falls into them is impressive.” By Haim Ginott.

Let’s prioritize our children, by protecting them and giving them a future they deserve.