More news on the visit of UN Special Representative to the Secretary General on Sexual Violence in Conflict to the UW-Madison campus! Click here to read more
Sunday, December 3rd at 3:00pm 777 University Ave. Madison, WI 53715 Click Here to Register Fee for the class is just $15. Additional donations welcome. Class Description: "Slow is a mindful, slowly paced yoga class that … [Read More...]
Project 1808 will be hosting its 3rd annual Science and Leadership Festival in Kabala, Koinadugu, Sierra Leone January 4-6, 2018 (10 AM- 8PM) and in Wellington, Freetown, Jan 12 (3PM) and 13 (10 AM-8 PM). The events in Kabala and … [Read More...]
As we enter the month of September, students and the Project 1808 staff are hard at work preparing for the new school year! This year we will be supporting 371 students in the Koinadugu district of Sierra Leone through scholarship, … [Read More...]
Heavy rains in Freetown -- Sierra Leone's capitol -- caused large mudslides that destroyed homes and communities. Over 1,000 are estimated to be dead as a result of this natural disaster with thousands more affected. Our Project 1808, … [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.