Mabinty's mother died when she was three years old and her father died in September 2014 to Ebola. Mabinty would like to be an accountant when she grows up so that she can help improve the country’s economy. She likes to cook and also assist in doing some house chores. She enjoys singing and reading when she is not busy with school work. She is very friendly.
Susan Grace lost her mother to Ebola and her father is not in the picture. Susan is attending the Vickrays Community Primary School in Wellington. When she grows up, Susan wants to be a lawyer. She is very respectful. She assists in fetching water and also helps clean the house.
Hannah was a pupil of the Harvester Primary School but is now attending the Vickrays Community Primary School. She is in class four. Her dream is to become a banker. Hannah has been with a relative since she was a year old but the relative passed away from Ebola. Hannah is very hospitable and respectful.
Fatmata completed her national primary school exam and is now in junior secondary school (JJS2). She wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Fatmata likes to dance to African music and cooking. Fatmata has four sisters and three bothers. She lost her father and mother to Ebola; Fatmata also contracted the virus but survived.
Alhaji is a pupil of the Sierra Leone Muslim Brotherhood Primary School. His dream is to become a medical doctor. He is a hard working student. He likes to read and also assists in doing domestic chores. He has lost both of his parents. Alhaji is friendly and likes to play football. He is dreaming of playing for Sierra Leone National team.