Report from Amuloma by Alfred Jamiru after Amuloma arranged for $357,000 worth of donations to be sent to Sierra Leone durng the height of the ebola deaths in fall 2014 click here.
Democratic candidate for the office of public advocate in the city of New York: son of Sierra Leone, Sidique Waiclick here
Son of Sierra Leone, Sidique Wai, advocates for all in New York click here
International philanthropic organization Tegloma elects a president in Minnesota click here
Dr Susanna was in the audience at a townhall meeting for the African diaspora in June 2009 when Mrs Zainab Wai-Lansana spoke about her fund-raising efforts in Sierra Leone, click here.
Zainab wants to raise funds to feed pregnant women so they would not die in childbirth. The appalling statistic that more women in Sierra Leone die in childbirth than in any other country grabbed Dr Susanna, who followed Ms Zain to Freetown in August 2010 to find out why. Cecil Samba, who is Sierra Leonean and a social worker, moved back to Freetown after some decades in New York, and works hard to stop women dying in childbirth, click here.
Stories from Sierra Leone include an interview by the Sierra Leonean newspaper Unity, click here; overview of the trip to Nigeria and Sierra Leone, click here.
The story of the red house where a princess died in childbirth, click here.
After MJoTA publisher visited the red house with Zainab's Uncle Morry, the son of the dead princess, she chatted with his wife, a radio producer and journalist, Rosemarie. Rosemarie interviewed Dr Susanna for a radio show, and then they lay back on a bed, drinking tea and chatting, when Rosemary told MJoTA Publisher she had to walk across Sierra Leone. This is a goal, but the time has not yet been set.
Sierra Leone at 50: essay by Mr Melbourne Garber click here
News feeds, videos, links to Sierra Leone resources click here.
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