Updated: Aug 9, 2019

On the last morning of a trip in July 2019 to SIERRA LEONE, Jordan Wylie, Ambassador and Roly Rickcord CEO visited children survivors of the EBOLA crisis in a heavily populated sector of FREETOWN.  Meeting many children living in very challenging conditions, and a very special little girl called Jennah, who had been through terrible trauma losing her parents, grand-parents and sister to the disease before being abandoned, we witnessed first-hand the importance of, and their hunger for, education.  The school building of two small rooms is in desperate need of repair and rebuild.  Our visit was kindly hosted by a team from the charity “Wharf Kids” and Frontline Children have pledged to provide educational support to 10 of their children over the next 12 months, and we will return to help further in 2020. 

But, we can only do so with your ongoing support and first we must complete the build of our new school project in Djibouti.  With your ongoing help we will then turn our attention to the build of this hugely important little school in FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE.  Please DONATE today.  Thank you from us all at Frontline Children



On route to meeting Jennah now living with her Aunty in very tough conditions in FREETOWN

One of two class rooms that make up their school

Jennah, proudly wearing the ENGLAND shirt, with Jordan, Roly, and her surviving family.


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CEO Roly Rickcord reports that 'the preparations on Frontline Children's new school build has started, on time, at As-Eyla, Djibouti. This exciting work involves setting out the boundaries, the clearance of the construction site and general cleaning the of the area in readiness for the landscaping. Once that is complete the construction team will turn their focus of attention to the foundations, drainage and irrigation works. We have a long way to go and can only complete the new school build with your continued, generous support'. Thank you from us all at Frontline Children


Frontline Children urgently need your help. We have only 6 months to raise £300,000

(December 2019) and 12 months (June 2020) to complete the build. The boys and girls of

As-Eyla, Dikhil, Djibouti, Need Your Help.


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Updated: Jul 1, 2019

Following Frontline Children’s Ambassador, Jordan Wylie’s recent visit to Djibouti, we are

excited to announce that we have made real progress to realise our plan to build the first

school. We now have:


• A plot of land at As-Eyla (Dikhil) generously gifted to Frontline Children by the

Djibouti Government

• An agreed scope of work

• Project Manager, Architect and Builder

• Detailed scope of works and project costs

• 3D drawings showing the plan and layout


And, most importantly, countless young children, boys and girls, who are without schooling.


Frontline Children urgently need your help. We have only 6 months to raise £300,000

(December 2019) and 12 months (June 2020) to complete the build. The boys and girls of

As-Eyla, Dikhil, Djibouti, Need Your Help.


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