Momoh is currently looking for a half-sponsor

“I grew up in an orphanage after both my parents passed away. I was always top of the class at school, and I successfully passed the West African Senior School Certificate Exam (WASSCE), the equivalent of A levels. I am now first year student at BlueCrest College in Freetown, preparing for a Professional Diploma in Hardware & Networking as a first step towards a degree in IT. One day I would love to travel, and I dream of visiting France, Paris especially. My favourite colour is blue… because I love Chelsea football club in England!”


Ibrahim is currently looking for a half-sponsor

I live in Freetown and I come from Tokeh village. I have always worked ever since I was forced to drop out of school to support my family. I had reached SSS1 level by the time I left school. I always wanted to go back and finish my education. I am preparing for the West African Senior School Certificate Exam (WASSCE) and my ambition is to work in a bank. In my free time (which is limited!) I listen to music and I like going out with friends. I am also an excellent football player. My life motto is ‘Better days ahead’.”

Abdul (aka “Dulish”)
I come from Tokeh Village. I was unable to finish my education after my father passed away, and I dropped out of school after reaching SSS3 level. I am incredibly passionate about music, so this is what I want to study, together with multimedia, with a view to becoming a music producer and professional musician. I love singing and composing songs, and I am fortunate that I can perform them to live audiences. My stage name is “Dulish” (look me up on YouTube)! I share the same life motto as my best friend, Ibrahim: ‘Better days ahead’.”

“I was placed in an orphanage when I was 8 years old, together with my younger sister and brother. I was lucky to have a sponsor throughout my school years. In 2020, I successfully passed the Sierra Leonean equivalent of A Levels, the West African Senior School Certificate Exam (WASSCE), which enabled me to gain access to a vocational school. My ambition is to acquire skills and learn a job so that I can support myself and my family. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, singing, and watching my favourite football team – Arsenal.”