Kamara

Meet Dauda and his Family

“We r actually 7

5 kids

My other sister that is the one that came after wasn’t home

She went to a family friend to do the holiday there

We live in sierra leone, tintafor lungi to be precise.

My dad has lived his entire life driving

He started first as a mechanic (fixing cars) n later learned how to drive then became a driver

From then up to now all we’ve gt so far from clothing, food, medicine, education, is from his driving

He is not educated Js like my mom, that’s why he can bring heaven down to earth to make his children educated cuz he knows how it feels like

The more reason driving become his profession cuz its the only thing he can do to make a living

Having that opportunity back changes everything cuz it makes him who he is n can help him support his family in a way that he always wanted from education and downward

Once again we can become happy family knowing that the home is ok, the children are having food and can go back to school like every normal kid would

Sorry I meant my other sister that came after me”

Meet Dauda and his Family.  He first came to the United States as an exchange student to the small town of Dansville, NY.  He made an immediate impact on the community with his kindness, hard work, and general good nature.  He lived in the community for a year and then returned to his family in Tintafor Lungi,  Sierra Leone, where he lives with his family of seven.

Daunda’s father’s cab has been broken down now for over seven months.

Upon his return he has tried to get a job and go to college.  Unfortunately, his father’s cab has been broken down now for over seven months.  In Dauda’s own words “My father has lived his entire life driving, he started first as a mechanic, and then later became a driver.  Everything that we have in our family from food, clothing, medicine, and education is from him driving.”  His father is not educated nor is his mother and Dauda states “that is why he wants his children educated because he knows what it feels like.”

Having the opportunity to again drive will change everything because he will be able to provide his children with an education, food, and  they can go back to school.

This is an opportunity for Dauda to again live with his family as he has moved out to make it easier on his family and for his family members to again return to school.  This will be a life changer and will certainly have a trickle down effect for his family.

I have personally been touched by Dauda and want to help him in any way we can.  This will be a life changer for them all.  All of your money will be making life changes for him and his family.  I appreciate your help in advance!!!

“My father has lived his entire life driving, he started first as a mechanic, and then later became a driver. Everything that we have in our family from food, clothing, medicine, and education is from him driving.” – Daunda