Health & Social Programs
Since its formation, Tegloma has been involved with health and social programs. The organization has provided medicines, medical equipment and supplies to clinics, health centers and hospitals throughout Sierra Leone to help with the treatment of diseases and for prevention as well. The organization has also been passionate about preventing early marriages and teenage pregnancy in Sierra Leone through family planning and education support to young girls.
During the hike of the civil war in Sierra Leone, we helped fleeing Sierra Leonean refugees with clean drinking water wells and pit latrines in refugee camps in Guinea. This helped to minimize or stop communicable and water-borne diseases from affecting an-already suffering population.
Aftermath of the Mudslide
A lot of Sierra Leoneans were buried alive under these types of mud.
Sierra Leoneans After the War
Sierra Leoneans expressing happiness after they returned to their homes after the 11-year civil war.
Water wells Sponsorship
Tegloma assisted Sierra Leonean refugees in Guinean camps with water wells.
It is Tegloma's passion to help alleviate teenage pregnancy and early marriage.
During the Ebola Crisis
Tegloma helped with containers of medical equipment, materials and supplies during the Ebola crisis.
Tegloma, for over 45 years has always helped with medicines and medical equipment, materials and supplies to needy healthcare centers.
Every year we award 50 students with scholarships throughout Sierra Leone.
We Have Been There
Tegloma has always been on the side of the people. Our members are passionate about helping people who are in need of help.
50+ Scholarships Each Year
Through its Scholarship Committee, Tegloma has made it a moral responsibility of its members to make contributions to the scholarship fund. Members' voluntary contributions into the scholarship fund has made it possible for Tegloma to award 50 scholarships to students in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions throughout Sierra Leone. The scholarship awards are given to students based on their academic excellence and need.
During the Ebola Crisis
During the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, our organization, being the largest and best organized Sierra Leonean organization in the diaspora, was the first to come to the aid of government and healthcare workers by providing containers of medical equipment and supplies including Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to help contain the deadly virus from the country.
After the Mudslide in Freetown
On August 14, 2017 when the deadly mudslide incident occurred in the Regent area of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone that killed almost 1,000 people, Tegloma again was there to help survivals and families of victims of the disaster. Our organization helped with household utensils, blankets and other needed items. These items were donated by members just when the incident occurred.