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Photos from our Program Coordinator Leah Harrison

The view coming into Freetown from the ferry; a volunteer's first glimpse of Sierra Leone

Performers setting up for a welcome ceremony for year long volunteer, Leah Harrison

Foday Kamara, a local tailor and one of the male members of Women Against Poverty dancing at the welcome ceremony

Members of Women Against Poverty and a local secret society performing at the welcome ceremony for one of CITA's year-long volunteers

CITA International President, Dorcas Kamanda, performing at the welcome ceremony for one of CITA's year-long volunteers

The view from Bendugu, a small village outside Kabala where CITA International runs an agricultural cooperative

Volunteers from Operation Classroom at the groundbreaking ceremony of a new school in Kabala, whose progress CITA International helped facilitate

Musa, a student who once attended Kabala Blind School, one of the beneficiaries of CITA's humanitarian relief aid program

A CITA staff strategic planning meeting in Freetown. from left, back row: Mr. Jalloh, the strategic planning consultant; Ahmed Bundu, CITA's Finance Consultant; Peacemaker Kargbo, CITA's Nar Sarah Clinic Nurse and Health Program Officer; Theresa Kargbo, CITA's Nar Sarah Clinic Maternal Child Health Aide; Sarah Ceclia James, CITA's Finance Officer. Front row: Leah Harrison, Program Coordinator and volunteer from the USA

Members of Women Against Poverty receiving gifts from visitors to CITA International in Kabala

Country Representative, James Hallowell, providing initial computer instructions to Theresa Kargbo, CITA's Nar Sarah Clinic Maternal and Child Health Aide, at th enew CITA office in Kabala

Leah Harrison, CITA International Program Coordinator, at work on the new computers in CITA's Kabala office

The equivalent of a supermarket in rural Sierra Leone - Kabala's open air market at the town center

the burned remains of a home in downtown Kabala. The community is filled with houses destroyed or damanged during the rebel war that ravaged the country from 1991 to 2002

Leah Harrison, CITA International Program Coordinator, sharing a meal with Women Against Poverty Member, Merah Kargbo