By Issa Mansaray
Over 100 Ebola orphans in Mabrown community and its environs in the Western Rural District of Newton on Tuesday 1st March 2016 benefited from a feeding program from the Ripsta Culture GEDO International and the Hope for Ebola Orphans Foundation and Embracing Children Adopting Services U.S.A. at Mabrown, Newton.
Welcoming the consortium, the Headman of Mabrown, Bai Kamara noted that the day is historic in the lives of Ebola orphans in the community adding “today is my happiest day to see Ebola orphans being taken care of by a charitable organization that must be commended” and informed that the community and its environs are vulnerable with less-privileged children who lack basic facilities.
He also commended the consortium for its intervention to support disadvantaged children.
The Chief Executive Officer, Ripsta Culture GEDO International/Sierra Leone and Music Ambassador to Europe, Sorie Obai Kamara, aka Obi Phrase, disclosed that the feeding was organized for Ebola orphans in the community, especially those who lost both parents
Mr. Kamara also commended the sponsor of the feeding program, Steve from the United Kingdom for his humanitarian support revealing that the consortium has a school in Mabrown serving five villages to help the children acquire education.
The Co-Founder, Hope for Ebola Orphans Foundation, Madam Mayilla Yansaneh acclaimed the Mabrown community and the children for appreciating the good works of the consortium maintaining that the consortium loves and caters for vulnerable children, especially those affected by the Ebola surge.
New Citizen 10 March 2016