Charity appeals for help to build more homes in Sierra Leone

The volunteers at the site in Freetown, Sierra Leone
The volunteers at the site in Freetown, Sierra Leone
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Home Leone is appealing for help with building supplies to build more homes in Sierra Leone.

Nigel Hyde, of Luton, founder of the charity, is building homes in Freetown to help people in Sierra Leone create a better future for themselves.

Nigel Hyde, charity founder, outside one of the houses

Nigel Hyde, charity founder, outside one of the houses

He said: “The Destiny Village project aims to develop a community for 2,000 people, providing jobs, education, homes and health facilities.

“If anyone can make a donation towards the funding or plumbing and electrical supplies it would help the project progress.

“Things are developing fast and the first houses are nearly complete.

“Building on the site has now closed due to three months of rain making it difficult to build.

The progress of the homes in Sierra Leone by the Luton charity Home Leone

The progress of the homes in Sierra Leone by the Luton charity Home Leone

“We are now in the process of selecting the 2,000 people that will move to the village.

“We are also looking for business people who would be interested in going to live in Sierra Leone to help establish the businesses and train people.”

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