January’s blog wishes our supporters a happy and healthy 2023. We also salute our three partners–@survivorsfund @BNuganda & Conforti in #SierraLeone without whom our #mentalhealth work would not be possible. Plus there's a video clip about our work!
In addition to the 6 Gov. established OSC we technically support across the country & the 6 operational Rainbo Centres in Bo, Kenema, Kono, Bombali, Kambia and Freetown, Rainbo Initiative has opened a new Rainbo Centre in Freetown to ease the workload at its PCMH Centre
A @BBCWorld documentary podcast about former child combatants in the Sierra Leone conflict. What became of them?
We know this year will continue to be challenging for many, but if you're keen to start supporting a #charity in 2023, please consider signing up to @giveasyoulive
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December's blog looks back on some of our achievements in 2022. It has been an eventful year & we are very grateful to our friends and supporters for sticking with us. #ThankYou for helping us through these challenging times #charity #mentalhealth
Managing post-traumatic stress after conflict is the first step to peace and prosperity.Read More
20 years in refugee camps tested stoic communities to breaking point.Read More
Civil war followed by Ebola left resilient families struggling with trauma.Read More
The 1994 genocide legacy often prevents survivors from realising their potential.Read More
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Network for Africa is a charity registered in the UK - 1120932.
Network for Africa is a 501(c)(3) and our tax ID is 26-1502938.
Network for Africa is a charity registered in both the USA and the UK, but we use the spelling most commonly used in Africa on this website.