Osman 5 sorts through rubbish with his family on one of the many dumps in Freetown. He is looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     
 Wahidnatu Sessay (2 months old), in the intensive care unit of the During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Beatrice, Mentor Mother team leader at Rachuonyo clinic.  Beatrice is living positivly with HIV.  All Mentor Mothers like Beatrice are HIV positive and support clients by sharing their journey with HIV, disclosing their status  and educating their peers.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test.  After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers  programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Tools and equipment in the intensive care unit at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
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 Florence Ochola, a Mentor Mother at Rachuonyo Clinic. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     
 Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months),  in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice .   Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary.  Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre makes a bed in the maternity ward. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     
 Aminata Kanneh is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 A man pushing a wheelchare with a bin of biologial wase at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Contraceptives and HIV awareness material at the Rachuonyo Clinic.
       
     
 Children and adults alike  continuously, sort through rubbish on one of the many dumps in Freetown, Sierra Leone looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     
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 Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Russell Kane and Katy Brand listening to a talk by Beatrice, Mentor Mother and team leader at  Rachuonyo Clinic.  
Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months),  in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice .   Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary.  Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
 Reggie Yates is shown around the Kibera AMREF Centre by Lydia who is head of the facility, but also a nurse. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     
 Brothers Musa 8 (L) and Muhammad 12 (R).  Musa and Muhammad, both aspiring laywers lost both their parents in the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and are now looked after by their Aunt Fatmata.  Y-Care interneational and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone were granted funds by Comic Relief to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as mentoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition, an awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     
 OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Hassan, Father of Osman stands outside his family home on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone.   Hassan and his family sort through the rubbish on the dump continuously, looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     
 Osman (L) and his father Hassan (R) sort through rubbish on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone.   They are looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     
 Osman 5 sorts through rubbish with his family on one of the many dumps in Freetown. He is looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     

Osman 5 sorts through rubbish with his family on one of the many dumps in Freetown. He is looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.

 Wahidnatu Sessay (2 months old), in the intensive care unit of the During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Wahidnatu Sessay (2 months old), in the intensive care unit of the During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Beatrice, Mentor Mother team leader at Rachuonyo clinic.  Beatrice is living positivly with HIV.  All Mentor Mothers like Beatrice are HIV positive and support clients by sharing their journey with HIV, disclosing their status  and educating their peers.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Beatrice, Mentor Mother team leader at Rachuonyo clinic. Beatrice is living positivly with HIV. All Mentor Mothers like Beatrice are HIV positive and support clients by sharing their journey with HIV, disclosing their status and educating their peers. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test.  After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers  programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test. After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Tools and equipment in the intensive care unit at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Tools and equipment in the intensive care unit at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

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 Florence Ochola, a Mentor Mother at Rachuonyo Clinic. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Florence Ochola, a Mentor Mother at Rachuonyo Clinic. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net, which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     

Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.

 Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months),  in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice .   Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary.  Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months), in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice . Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary. Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre makes a bed in the maternity ward. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     

Lydia, a nurse but also head of facility at Kibera AMREF centre makes a bed in the maternity ward. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.

 Aminata Kanneh is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Aminata Kanneh is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net, which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 A man pushing a wheelchare with a bin of biologial wase at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

A man pushing a wheelchare with a bin of biologial wase at the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Contraceptives and HIV awareness material at the Rachuonyo Clinic.
       
     

Contraceptives and HIV awareness material at the Rachuonyo Clinic.

 Children and adults alike  continuously, sort through rubbish on one of the many dumps in Freetown, Sierra Leone looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     

Children and adults alike continuously, sort through rubbish on one of the many dumps in Freetown, Sierra Leone looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.

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 Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net,  which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Isatas Sesay is fortunate enough to be on a bed with a Mosquito Net, which is a primary preventative measure against the spread of malaria. OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Russell Kane and Katy Brand listening to a talk by Beatrice, Mentor Mother and team leader at  Rachuonyo Clinic.  
Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Russell Kane and Katy Brand listening to a talk by Beatrice, Mentor Mother and team leader at Rachuonyo Clinic. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months),  in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice .   Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary.  Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Queenter & baby Hillary (4 months), in for a routine check-up and nutritional talk with her mentor mother Beatrice . Queenter tested HIV positive when she enrolled in Mothers 2 Mothers's care when she was pregnant with Hillary. Hillary tested HIV negative at her first HIV test at 6 weeks, 2 more tests to go. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

 Reggie Yates is shown around the Kibera AMREF Centre by Lydia who is head of the facility, but also a nurse. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     

Reggie Yates is shown around the Kibera AMREF Centre by Lydia who is head of the facility, but also a nurse. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.

 Brothers Musa 8 (L) and Muhammad 12 (R).  Musa and Muhammad, both aspiring laywers lost both their parents in the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and are now looked after by their Aunt Fatmata.  Y-Care interneational and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone were granted funds by Comic Relief to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as mentoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition, an awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     

Brothers Musa 8 (L) and Muhammad 12 (R). Musa and Muhammad, both aspiring laywers lost both their parents in the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and are now looked after by their Aunt Fatmata. Y-Care interneational and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone were granted funds by Comic Relief to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as mentoring to assist them in finding jobs. In addition, an awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.

 OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Hassan, Father of Osman stands outside his family home on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone.   Hassan and his family sort through the rubbish on the dump continuously, looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     

Hassan, Father of Osman stands outside his family home on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Hassan and his family sort through the rubbish on the dump continuously, looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.

 Osman (L) and his father Hassan (R) sort through rubbish on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone.   They are looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled,  or sold on.  Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education.  The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.
       
     

Osman (L) and his father Hassan (R) sort through rubbish on the rubbish dump in which they live. One of many in Freetown, Sierra Leone. They are looking for anything valuable which can either be recycled, or sold on. Comic Relief awarded Childhope UK funds to work with local charity Street Child Sierra Leone to help more than one thousand children escape hazardous work, reunite with their families and get into education. The project identifies the most vulnerable children on the streets and provide them with immediate practical support such as food, healthcare and clothing.