SAVE (Sierra Leone Agape Voluntary Effort)
David and Ndidi Musa
4451 N. Farwell Ave.
Shorewood, WI 43211
David was born and raised in a traditional African environment in Sierra Leone. He accepted the gospel of Jesus Christ at 17 years of age. Since the horrific civil wars that occurred in Sierra Leone between 1992-2002, the country has suffered devastation of life, property and social services, leaving many orphaned, impoverished and without means to sustain themselves.
David felt called to help his homeland. SAVE came into existence in 1999 as an expression of Christ’s love and concern for the deteriorating human conditions in Sierra Leone. Two projects have been undertaken: Adopt a School and Adopt a Village. SAVE has partnered with churches in Sierra Leone to build a seven-room school. In 2010 within the village of Kenema, through the services of World Hope a well was dug, pumping clean water into this small village for the first time. Future plans are to develop a medical clinic, hire a nurse and build a parsonage for the church pastor.
SAVE’s focus is to reach out with the love of Jesus Christ to a country that has been devastated by years of civil war and destruction. It is SAVE’s desire to bring physical help in the form of basic resources such as clean water, school buildings, supplies and personnel to allow the people of Kenema to become self-sustaining and live healthy, productive Christ-centered lives.