On January 15, 2017, Project 1808 launched its Ebola Survivors Livelihood Skills development program expected to train over 70 Ebola survivors, at Rokel, a few miles from Freetown city. The program was made possible thanks to a grant from … [Read More...]
Talk with Xuman: Thursday, Oct. 20th 6pm at Threshold Xuman Performance: Saturday, Oct. 22nd 7pm at The Crossing This October, Project 1808 has partnered with several organizations to bring Senegalese Hip Hop artist and activist Gunman … [Read More...]
Tuesday, August 16th During a peaceful protest in Koinadugu District, local law enforcement opened fire on student protestors killing several students including Project 1808's very own Borboh Savage. The protest had been organized in … [Read More...]
Sept. 8th - Madison, WI A warm campfire, delicious west African food, and Tani Diakite. Join Project 1808 on Picnic Point for the inaugural PanAfrican Music Session with Malian musician Tani Diakite. This will be the first in a series of … [Read More...]
Project1808 promotes sustainable community development in Kabala, Sierra Leone by aiding young students in their efforts to identify and address the root causes of poverty, public and environmental health challenges, and other community-identified concerns.
Project1808 runs a number of community development projects in Kabala, Koinadugu District, Sierra Leone, broadly focusing on the following areas: Education, Health, Environment, Community Outreach, and Science & Leadership.
Project1808 has been registered in the United States as an official 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization since 2011. Your charitable donations will help us fulfill our mission of promoting sustainable community development in Kabala, Sierra Leone.
Project1808 has many needs, but through partnerships and support, we can accomplish great things by working together. You can join us in Sierra Leone or make a difference here in the United States. We're always looking for volunteers and new community partners.