JPOH Sierra Leone

Hello!  We’re definitely overdue for an update.

I’ve been in Sierra Leone for about a month now and I’m so pleased with the way things are moving along.  We were  fortunate to take part in the Kick Stigma Out of Autism event last month, which was a collaboration with the Sierra Leone Autistic Society and the Autism Sierra Leone Council.  The event had such a good turnout.  We were able to help bring awareness to autism, and had fun at the same time.

Thank you to all you wonderful souls who have donated, and continue to support JPOH.  With your generous gifts we were able to buy supplies, and the day program facility is well on it’s way to be fully equipped!

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The students have been registered and are all prepped for school to start tomorrow!

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God bless!


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Junior's Place of Hope was started by Henrietta Bassey. She is a devoted mother to her 27 year old son who has autism. She has done everything in her power to help create an environment that will accept her son and others who have autism and other special needs. They deserve to live in a society that treats them with respect and dignity.

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