Impact Sierra Leone, an organization focused on farming to create opportunities for all, especially women have made their first harvest of chains of peppers at Foindu village.
According to co-founder Dr. Adama Kalokoh , her team was able to pull through the first harvest of a total of 28 Cups, proceeds of which will go towards purchasing more seedlings and other Supplies to achieve the desired objective of the Seeds of Life Program.
She explained that the seeds of life program is aimed at reaching the unreachable through the bolstering of the farming community with needed resources to thrive in every step of the way.
She maintained that they have to improve the volume and value of the pepper , to meet the growing needs of the people of Sierra Leone but praised the women for achieving this for their start.
As part of their other projects , Impact Sierra Leone is also supporting children who are going to school with learning materials and clothes among other things to improve on their learning and way of life.