Sierra Leone is a nation rising out of years of hardship. A brutal decade-long civil war took the lives of over fifty thousand people in the 1990s, and in the aftermath the country has faced an Ebola crisis followed by a deadly mudslide. Ranking number 179 out of 188 on the Human Development Index, Sierra Leone has one of the highest child mortality rates in the world.
The people of Sierra Leone, however, are vibrant and full of life. They are eager to see their country flourish, and the Lord is moving in mighty ways across the nation. Despite being predominately Muslim, Christianity is widely accepted and many people are eager to come to the Lord. The Lulu Tree’s focus in Sierra Leone is partnering with pastors to plant churches, provide support through micro-loans to vulnerable families, and help villages grow a surplus of food through agricultural development.
preventing tomorrow’s orphans in Sierra Leone through…
Mosques are prevalent in Sierra Leone. We long to build churches in villages which have none, and to train up national pastors. Click HERE to learn more.
Pastor Sonnel Kamara (right) oversees dozens of pastors/churches in the villages of Sierra Leone, equipping them to care for their people through training and discipleship. Click HERE for more info.
healthcare & FGM rescue
A new birthing clinic will bring healing to 12 different villages, through a pastor’s vision and Lulu’s partnership with the Sierra Leone government. Additionally, an FGM (female genital mutilation) rescue program is saving girls from this ancient evil practice. Go HERE to learn more.
These men are receiving the training and tools necessary to care for their families through sustainable farming. To learn more, go HERE.
Working with single mothers and families in the villages of Sierra Leone, The Lulu Tree provides microloans through the local church for those seeking to support their families through establishing a small business. To learn more, please go HERE.
putting orphans in families
Learn about our heart to protect orphans and equip families. To read more, please go HERE.