SPECIAL NEEDS

Feeding of our students during the stay home in Sierra Leone

Ay Juniors Place of Hope, we provide two meals a day for our students and 98% of our students depend on this meal for their daily nutritional needs, but since the school locked down, some of our students have been seen roaming the neighborhoods in search of food. Today with the help of supporters, we were able to provide two weeks supply of food for our students.

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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