“Disability Child Foundation-Sierra Leone (DCF-SL) in Bo was the recipient of the two adult Personal Energy Transportatiom (PET) carts donated to Daystar Adopt A Village. PET is a gift of love, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, from The PET Project. A very special thanks to Von Driggs for making it possible.
“DCF-SL is a non-Governmental and non-profit organization founded in 2008. They identify and advocate rehabilitation for children with disability in Bo. They also work with children born with disability, children with disabled parents and children within the ages of 5-17 years that enhance the movement of the blind. Their goal is to afford the means for their survival, facilities for their development and an environment for their protection since some are neglected, left unattended and not giving proper education.
“These children feel rejected and marginalized by parents, friends and society which make them traumatized and become street beggars. The new PET carts will help two of the 150 registered disabled children in their program. Jitta Sesay and her husband, Alpha Brimah Seisay, both volunteers with Daystar Adopt A Village, are shown here with the Director of the program, James Charles Gombay (who is also disabled), and some children of the beneficiaries. A very happy Mr. Gombay is shown testing one of the PET carts and he said words are not enough to bless you for remembering his organization with this kind of gift. He further went on to say that the PET carts are really timely as this will help to alleviate the suffering of two beneficiaries in his organization. He is also appealing for further support in any way whatever.”