A Toyota Hilux truck was purchased by RHCI, funded by two generous donors. This vehicle was shipped from Gibraltar Toyota, arriving in Freetown in mid May. Future uses include RHCI related purposes such as transportation for staff and volunteers, delivery of construction items and agricultural products, and as an ambulance
Signing of the contract for the Birth Waiting Home: Gary and Sandra Johnson in the back, contractor Samson Tommy on left, and RHCI Founder Alice Karpeh on the right.
The long-awaited ground breaking for the Birth Waiting Home in Tikonko took place on Saturday, May 14th, 2016. Participating in the ceremony were officials from the Ministry of Health and Sanitation; the Tikonko Paramount Chief Macavorie; RHCI in-country director, Manley Jongopie; along with RHCI Board Members Alice Karpeh,