Flood Relief in Sierra Leone: 5 prospective organisations to donate to


If like thousands of people across the world you have been affected by  images of the aftermath of  recent flooding and landslide in Sierra Leone, and wish to make a contribution, I have listed below five organisations/groups that you could make monetary and non-monetary contributions through. Please note that there are several other groups/organisations who are equally capable of assisting with the process and this is a mere guide.

Flood Relief for Sierra Leone by Kiki James-Gillman and Nadia Kamara

Tomorrow my sister Mary-Ann Kaikai of Madam Wokie, will accompany Nadia Kamara  and several other Sierra Leoneans to distribute emergency  supplies; such as hygiene products, towels, blankets, food and water to women, children and other survivors of the disaster. A Go Fund Me page was therefore setup to solicit funds to assist with the process and so far $4,248 of the $2,000 goal has been reached. To ensure transparency and accountability, a summary and receipts of donations purchased will also be provided to all donors on the Go Fund me account. Donate to this nonprofit  

Please note that non-monetary items are also welcome and can be deposited at Madam Wokie Ltd, 14 C Syke Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Shawa Shero, Miss Sierra Leone UK 2017

Shawa Shero, Miss Sierra Leone UK 2017, is coordinating non-monetary donations in London,  which will be sent to beneficiaries as soon as possible.  She is therefore calling on all Sierra Leoneans in the UK to give whatever non-monetary donations they can to help the flood victims and their families settle back into their different communities. Accepted donations include old/new clothes, kids clothing, toiletries, food and over the counter pain relief drugs. The date for collection is:

Saturday 19th August, between 12pm-5pm

Place: Burgess Park entrance

The Red Cross 

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world’s largest humanitarian network that reaches 150 million people in 190 National Societies through the work of over 17 million volunteers. The Red Cross acts before, during and after disasters and health emergencies to meet the needs and improve the lives of vulnerable people. By improving humanitarian standards, working as partners in development, responding to disasters, supporting healthier and safer communities, the Red Cross helps reduce vulnerabilities, strengthen resilience and foster a culture of peace around the world. Donate to this nonprofit 
Street Child, Sierra Leone 
Street Child, started its work in Sierra Leone in 2008, working with a small number of street children. Since then its has helped over 60,000 children to go to school and enabled thousands of families to generate sustainable incomes so that their children can stay in education. During the Ebola crisis, Street Child helped over 20,000 Ebola orphans, providing emergency support and connecting thousands with families. Today, Street Child works in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nepal and Nigeria with a current emphasis on education in emergencies and girls’ education.

Donate to this nonprofit

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, reaching more than 97 million people in 80 countries with food assistance last year. Donate to this nonprofit 

To donate to each organisation/group please click on the bold writing. 

Musu Kaikai

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