"We partner with rural communities, working with them to establish sustainable agriculture practices and access other livelihoods. Our first project is Lungi Village, Sierra Leone"


The small farming village of Lungi, near Bo in Sierra Leone was devastated by the Ebola Crisis. After facing multiple quarantines to contain the outbreak, villagers were unable to reach their farmland, which quickly became overgrown destroying their livelihoods. The people of Lungi became dependent on food aid as they were unable to farm their land.

Catch the Dream has been working in partnership with the villagers since May 2017 to re-establish their farming livelihoods. With the help of seeds, tools and support the villagers have successfully harvested their first crop for three years. They have grown maize, rice, cassava, vegetables and more, and are now re-introducing livestock and preparing for future harvests.




November 2020

Toilet stalls and septic tank completed

Read all about our work to get a working toilet block installed for the farming community of Lungi here.

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July 2020

Garri Machine arrives in Lungi

We're thrilled to announce the arrival of the brand new Garri Machine for Lungi. Find out more here.

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Swamp revitalisation project

Catch the Dream have been working with the farmers of Lungi to redevelop their swamp lands. We'll write all about this on our blog here.

To get the latest updates from Lungi Village, the projects we are working on and updates from Catch The Dream, visit our new blog.

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