Promoting education in Sierra Leone as a pathway out of poverty and toward better well-being.
2011 EFH Annual Report

2011 was a great year for Education for Hope. We started a number of initiatives that will hopefully put our organization in good standing for the future and we are excited about what the future holds for us. Read more about Our First Annual Report is Here!

Pride of Lions

Join us for the screening of Pride of Lions at American University, Ward 5 - Monday, April 23rd, 2012, 6pm - 8pm. Read more about Pride of Lions Documentary Screening

The 25,000 books shipped to Sierra Leone by Education for HOPE are currently being processed for distribution to libraries across the country. These books will benefit students in primary and secondary schools, colleges, and universities across the country. Read more about Books Processed for Distribution

Make a donation today! Your donations will provide needed schools supplies, books for libraries, and repair dilapidated schools. You could help break the cycles of poverty by providing children with the tool and resources to lead a better life. Education is a great equalizer. Read more about New Video About Challenges in Sierra Leone

EFH books loaded for distribution in Kailahun District Council Libraries - Sierra Leone. Read more about EFH books loaded for distribution

Education for HOPE shipped 25,000 (20 ft. container) books to Sierra Leone, West Africa, to be distributed by the Sierra Leone Library Board (SLLB) to libraries across the country. These books will be sorted and strategically disburse to areas that needs them the most. Measures have been put in place to ensure that these books are used for their intended purpose. Read more about Education for HOPE shipped 25,000 (20 ft. container) books

25,000 books arrive in Freetown, Sierra Leone to be distributed to various libraries in the country. Read more about 25,000 Books Arrive in Freetown



Education for HOPE invites you to join us for an evening of inspiration and action. Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other professionals while learning about the work that EFH is doing locally and internationally! Read more about Give the Gift of Education, Save a Nation

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Kelly Vocational School
The Kelly Rural Vocational Agricultural Secondary School in Hastings, Sierra Leone approached Education for Hope for assistance to build a fence around the school perimeter to prevent burglary and vandalism of its properties and assets. The school toilet facility is being used by unwelcome guests and people from the neighboring communities, leaving it filthy and destroying its components. Over the years, the school has faced multiple break-ins, resulting in property damage and loss of valuable educational resources.
The Three Communities Primary School

Three years ago, we were approached by three communities in the Port Loko District, Sierra Leone, for assistance to build a primary school for their communities, because they had none and their children had to walk many miles to attend the nearest school. The children that were not strong enough to embark on the treacherous journey to the nearest school simply did not attend, which left approximately 150 children without access to education. Read more about Three Communities School Progress!

2016 Board Retreat Attendees
On November 3rd, EFH held its annual board retreat at Quinn Emmanuel in Washington DC. The retreat was very successful and productive. A five-year strategic plan was set in motion and key objectives were outlined for the coming years.
Many thanks to our board members and staff who attended the retreat and moderator Michelle Rhoda.
Susan Snurpus

Suzanne Snurpus brings 25 years’ experience to Education for Hope leadership team. With her background and knowledge, Suzanne will help guide the organization in accomplishing its vision and mission through the development of strategic initiatives and implementation.   Read more about Suzanne Snurpus Joins EFH Leadership Team

Kadiatu Kargbo

Education for Hope’s Executive Director, Momodu Jalloh, traveled to Sierra Leone in April to monitor the implementation of our programs and explored other areas in which our organization could create an impact.

Work has resumed and a lot of progress has been made on the Three Communities Primary School project, which is currently at the roofing level. Also, there are currently 120 plus children enrolled in the RoTumba Primary School, class one to class six. The head teacher indicated that the children are doing extremely well given their situation and condition of learning. Read more about Progress in Sierra Leone

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