In the southeast region of Sierra Leone, in a small village called Jagbahun, we know a school that really needed help. The head teacher, Mr. John Musa, tries his best to deliver an education to about 300 children attending from surrounding villages and communities with very limited supplies.
Built in 1974, the school itself is run-down. Hardly a desk or chair occupy the classrooms. Although there is a chalkboard, there is rarely any chalk, and the children are without notebooks, pens, pencils and basic learning materials. But the school does have a group of warm, bright-minded children, each eager to learn and unleash their imaginations!