Construction of a bridge across Fobenga river

The village of Fobenga-Tierrou has a population of 1603 inhabitants. There is a river separating the village in two which prevents students on the East bank from accessing the SEN school in the rainy season.

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Classroom and latrines for hearing impaired children

The EPHPHATHA school is the only specialized school for hearing impaired children These younger prep students, despite their young age, have their lessons outside, with the threat of extreme weather conditions, risks of insect bites and reptile bites.

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Informatics course for blind and visually impaired children

Sierra Leone (SL) is one of the poorest countries in the world, with over 50% of the population living in multidimensional poverty. Unfortunately, children with disabilities in SL are often denied their right to education.

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Disability Mainstreaming in Uganda

Those with disabilities experience discrimination and lack control over their lives with multiple barriers to securing livelihoods. This project will help farming families achieve greater food security and improved livelihoods, with a special focus on ensuring greater inclusivity and actively engage those with disabilities to be a valued part of society.

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*The SFL Scholarship fund provides quality education to the most vulnerable special needs children to enable them live independently and become role models in their communities. The fund also helps them with boarding at school and additional special needs care required.

** excluding improving nutrition through farming etc.