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An Unhappy Christmas in Sierra Leone, Guinea And Liberia

Posted by Jeneba Project on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, In : Articles 

In a region of extreme poverty and underdevelopment, religious occasions such as Ramadan and Christmas are usually the only times that most people enjoy the joy of life rightly embedded in these festivities. Christmas and Ramadan in Sierra Leone are not only about the religious meanings of these events; they are also a social opportunity for the haves to share with the have-nots, for families to reconcile their differences, and for neighbours to entertain each other through parties an...

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Reopening Schools in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia Before Ebola is Contained Will be Irresponsible

Posted by Jeneba Project on Friday, December 5, 2014, In : Articles 

The ebola emergency in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia has led these countries to temporarily close schools in order to manage the spread of the disease. It has been estimated that the closure of schools affects estimably five million children in the region, and fears that some of these children might not return to school after the emergency have caused some NGOs to call for the reopening of schools in the region. As founder of the Jeneba Project Inc. and someone who has provi...

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Shop Through AmazonSmile And Donate To JenPro

Posted by Jeneba Project on Wednesday, December 18, 2013, In : Articles 
When you shop at Amazon through AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to the Jeneba Project. So as you do your shopping this holiday, please do so through AmazonSmile and select the Jeneba Project as the recipient of your donation. Thank you for your support and please spread the word among your friends and neighbours.

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