SLAH secures 10 acre land for children’s hospital construction in Waterloo
The Sierra Leone Arc of Hope (SLAH), a 501-C-3 non-profit and non-political organization wishes to inform the public of its latest success. SLAH has secured a ten (10) acre land in Waterloo, off New Freetown Waterloo – Masiaka Highway for the construction of a state of the art children’s hospital.
We hope to turn the soil in December this year, and “construction to begin early next year”. Fellow Sierra Leoneans, and friends of Sierra Leone, we are relentlessly appealing to all to give full support to this project.
This health sector project will definitely help to curb the infant and maternal mortality and poverty in Sierra Leone, because study clearly shows that a well educated but unhealthy person is less productive, and children who are in poor health cannot learn effectively. Please remember that education and health are the cornerstones of human capital, development, and eradication of poverty.
SLAH is a collection of patriotic Sierra Leoneans, and friends of Sierra Leone from diverse backgrounds, regions, and affiliations who have come together to put country first, and to address Sierra Leone’s child and maternal mortality by constructing a state of the art hospital in Sierra Leone to contribute to the country’s educational, socio-economic, and infrastructural development. The hospital building will have a memorial wall with the names of all contributors to the project! Please, become a part of this noble cause, and help to save the lives of many in Sierra Leone.
Please visit the website www.slahope.org to make an on-line donation, or attend the fund raising effort scheduled for October, 2011 in the United States, and in December in Sierra Leone. Specific dates will be provided, so stay tuned.Dr. John Sandy Email: email@example.com 001-610-529 2200
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