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Sierra Leone Trip Update: Conference Call with MOPS partners

Join MOPS mom Ginna Steele and MOPS Mentor mom Jill Sherman to hear about their recent World Vision trip to Sierra Leone meeting mothers and workers dedicated to improving the health and well-being of children in this war-torn country. They’ll share their observations from visiting World Vision projects and the interventions needed to help families recover.

Sign up here to reserve a spot on the call: https://surveymonkey.com/s/mopscall.

Date/Time: April 8th at 4-5pm PT/7-8pm ET
Call Details: toll-free 888-669-2803, Access # 3435468

Find out more about the partnership between World Vision and MOPS!

"World Vision is a household name in Sierra Leone. They have done a lot in our villages and towns, so everybody knows World Vision." Her Excellency the First Lady of Sierra Leone endorses World Vision. Photo: World Vision

“World Vision is a household name in Sierra Leone. They have done a lot in our villages and towns, so everybody knows World Vision.” Her Excellency the First Lady of Sierra Leone endorses World Vision.
Photo: World Vision

Children in the Kpeje Sowa Community welcome the WOV team. Photo: World Vision

Children in the Kpeje Sowa Community welcome the WOV team.
Photo: World Vision

The Kpeje Sowa Community welcomes the WOV team. Photo: World Vision

The Kpeje Sowa Community welcomes the WOV team.
Photo: World Vision

The Women of Vision team in the field with the people of the Kpeje Sowa community. Photo: World Vision

The Women of Vision team in the field with the people of the Kpeje Sowa community.
Photo: World Vision

A World Vision supported "Mother - to - Mother" support group in their vegetable garden with the Women of Vision team. Photo: World Vision

A World Vision supported “Mother – to – Mother” support group in their vegetable garden with the Women of Vision team.
Photo: World Vision

The Women of Vision team with World Vision Sierra Leone's Support Services Director, Tom Nyamawa, and Education Manager, Alfred Kamara. Photo: World Vision

The Women of Vision team with World Vision Sierra Leone’s Support Services Director, Tom Nyamawa, and Education Manager, Alfred Kamara.
Photo: World Vision

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