Saturday, 25 May 2013

Sierra Leone International Womens Club Visit Maronka

Members of the International Womens Club in Sierra Leone visited Maronka and they were very impressed by our work.

They watched a drama performed by the Eagles about anti-trafficking and slavery and then we had a tour of the classrooms and the village and followed with lunch. The women gave us very positive feedback on our teaching methods and the good behaviour of the children. A special thank you to all the women for visiting us and giving the children such generous gifts.

 Lunch with Cobra our headteacher

 Posing with Mamyfatu, the Chiefs mother

and we popped into the Rolal secondary school for a visit on our way back to Freetown.

One of the women Julia has her own blog and I have attached her link below for you to read what she said about the visit. 

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