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The devastating civil war in Sierra Leone has left thousands of people homeless, disabled and in danger of starvation. It is estimated that during the war more than 50,000  people were killed or disabled through ruthless acts of violence. In 2003 Alimamy E. Kamara formed Comfort Suport and Care (CSAC), a non- profit organization, dedicated to bringing relief to those in need... But, Alimamy's work has just begun. CSAC needs your help now to order continue to bring food, clothing and education to these desperate people.
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Mother with relief package donated by CSAC
Children taking lessons at CSAC's
Primary School for the Disabled
DISABLED GET RAY OF HOPE!
DAILY NATIONAL NEWS, SIERRA LEONE
Thursday, February 19, 2004
CSAC'S CAPITAL CAMPAIGN TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NEW SCHOOL IN
SIERRA LEONE
It's almost two years now since the war [in Sierra Leone] was officially declared over. In the sub-sequent post-war reconstruction much has been done, both in terms of community rehabilitation and empowerment of persons who suffered from the conflict. However, although other victims of the war have gotten their fair share of the attention, a particular group - the disabled/ amputees - have only received cosmetic care. (READ MORE)

During the launching ceremony last year of his new organization, CSAC, Alimamy Kamara stated that in the shortest possible amount of time he intended to give free education to the children of those disabled during the Sierra Leone war. In less than one and a half years on September 11th, 2004 the CSAC Primary School for the Disabled opened its doors. Much to Alimamy's pleasure 600 children enrolled in the new program but the school could only accomadate 200 students . (READ MORE)
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