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EBOLA CRISIS!

Prayers and help are desperately needed
Sierra Leone is in a dire situation

The ebola crisis continues in Sierra Leone. The number of new cases per week has dropped from a high of 300 a week in January to 5 to 10 a week now. But as long as there are still new cases the potential for a renewal of the epidemic remains.
*Louisa writes:
Lent 2015
you in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost and may the peace and love of Lent rest on all of us. Lent has has always been a remarkable and warm season in our beloved country and also to Christians but this year has been an exception because of the natural warfare that my country is fighting (the Ebola) but again though the virus is still in my country but yet not as high as before and when worse is better the results revolves around 5 to 10 each day. You know its a hard time for savior of the world and the country as a whole but all we have to say is thank you Lord for seeing us through. I will want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for supporting us to attend the Ebola seminar in Nigeria its was a lot more educative and with such understanding Saviour of the World will be able to educate each and every child about the do's and don't's of Ebola and also emphasizing that abstinence is the best policy. We will also be able to know the symptoms of Ebola by just looking at the sick person and not by touching him. They gave us a thermometer to be checking our temperature each day just to keep out selves safe and also so for us to keep knowing our status and in the case of any change of status we most report to the hospital for medical advice and i most say we feel so lucky to be part of that seminar We all want also to extend out profound gratitude and thanks for the truck you bought us. We appreciate it a thousand times and this is just another means for us to fight the virus and to keep our children healthy and we pray that it arrives quick and safe. Schools are going to reopen on march 30 now all preparations are putting things in place for the reopening of schools we strongly need your prayers. The farm also is doing well as the other group of bird start droping eggs yesterday but because of the huge cost attached to schooling we are using the eggs to feed the birds and also to pay fees and other school items and necessities. So far we are not doing any savings from the farm. We hav Francis Conteh who is now in University we are kindly asking for his support as we are not strong now to carry university expenses. Please pray for one of our workers, Christiana Charles who died. She was a pressure patient. We love you very much and you are always in our love and prayers

 

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