Serliae Johnson, Handful Kollie and Sianneh Flomo sing a song they created to that Children of Compassion for helping orphaned and disabled children in Africa.
Serliae, Handful and Sianneh became orphans during Liberia’s Civil War which ended in 2003. Due to the kindness of people in the United States and their hard work to become excellent students, they are living testimonies that ending the cycle of poverty is possible.
Saah and his grandmother live in Lofa County which is in the Foyah Township in northern Liberia. This is about eight hours from Monrovia. Saah’s very poor grandmother is a great support to him and he is also a great support to her. Saah is an orphan and his sponsors have made it possible for him to receive food aid, clothing and attend school.