Today marks one year on from the devastating flooding and mudslides in Freetown.
On Monday 14th August 2017 an estimated 1,000 people died when an entire mountainside collapsed in the capital of Sierra Leone. Huge boulders, dislodged by rain, left a two-mile trail of destruction – flattening everything in its path.
Street Child was one of the first major agencies to launch an emergency appeal.
Your incredible support meant we were able to respond immediately, providing emergency relief when it was needed most – distributing over 87,000 food packages, over 5,000 packs of clothing and over 3,000 toiletries.
But the immediate response is only half the story.Read More