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Waterloo Disabled Village

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A P4K-AU/HADA Sponsorship

Situated on the outskirts of Freetown, situated on Masiaka-Yonibana Highway, Waterloo. Waterloo is a city in the Western Area of Sierra Leone and the capital of the Western Area Rural District. The Waterloo Disabled Village was constructed from the ground up for to help and care for children of disabled parents. Here on land that was purchase, the mission built housing for the disabled and their families, water wells for drinking, cleaning and growing fruits & vegetables, a medical Clinic and a small school for the children of the disabled.


Free Medical for all


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Water from wells

Since completion of the school, of classes 1 to 3, we have out grown and are in desperate need to add a full primary school to cater for the the disabled children and surrounding local children. When we started, we were all alone out in the bush, but now the school and clinic have become a hub for the local residents and is in desperate need to expand to help the poor in the surrounding community. We have 3 full time nurses offering free medical attention and 6 teachers offering free schooling and are now unable to offer teaching above the 3rd grade.

Now in 2013-14 our sponsorship plans include further development of the P4K-HADA project SLE-011
(a) New extension to school,
including new Toilets & Fencing
(b) New Amputee Clinic,
including new fencing.
(c) New Canteen/Food Hall,
including new Toilets & Fencing

Below are 360 view of the Disabled Village – use your mouse to move the view.
The blue iron gate leads to the disabled housing area.

Along with our clinics and school Fr Themi has begun construction on the church of The Resurrection of Christ St and Moses The Ethiopian to impart spiritual guidance to all those who see it. Everyday the children of the school attend church to thank God for his blessings. The church is only half complete and is need of funds to complete, please consider donating to this building fund.


The above view is taken from in front of the Medical Clinic looking towards the Front Entry Gate and to the clinics left the Church of The Resurrection of Christ St and Moses The Ethiopian.

The above view starts at the school at the far right hand corner of the School, Priest & Visitors houses, Church and Clinic lot. Behind the Clinic is a grass area where stage 2 of the school will be built.

The above view starts at the Priest & Visitors houses, taking in the church, the rear of the Clinic and finishing on the grassed area where stage 2 of the school will be built.


This view is from the disabled housing side starting at the iron gates that separate the 2 compounds taking in the houses that the mission built for the disabled peoples and their families.