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Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Kenema, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Makeni, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa


August 22, 2017


On August 14th, 2017 over five hundred people including children, women, and men perished in a mudslide in Sierra Leone, West Africa; as  hundreds more are unaccounted for or remained missing. At Sierra Care, we are working with our friends and partners to bring relief to the victims and their family members in the impoverished West […]

February 26, 2015


                                      Currently a 20 foot container full of medical equipment, books and clothes is en route to Sierra Leone, West Africa. The contents of the container will be used in the continued service provided by the Women in National Development (WIND) and the ISHAN Foundation clinic both of which continue to provide needed basic […]

December 14, 2014


      Ebola has ravaged a country that could ill-afford any more pain, destruction, loss of life. This epidemic has claimed the lives of countless un-named Sierra Leoneans and the Government and a myriad of International organizations are scrambling to curb the rapid spread. In many cases, we can clearly identify the results of those efforts. We […]

October 4, 2014

Sierra Care Collects Care Packages to Fight Against Ebola

We are collecting one million Care Packages for our friends in Sierra Leone, West Africa to help with the fight against Ebola. Care Package may include disposable gloves, hand sanitizers, chlorine sanitizer, hand soap, tooth paste, tooth brush, hand towels, Advil, Aleve, or Tylenol, and Multi-Vitamins. Financial donations will be very much appreciated to assist […]

January 26, 2014


December 2013 marked their fifth outreach mission to the war-affected amputees in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Sierra Care was founded with a dynamic vision of sharing Christ-like love to each and every war-affected amputee around the world, especially in developing countries. Their desire is to give hope and human dignity to all amputees through the […]

November 24, 2013

Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach to Sierra Leone, West Africa

Gifts of bibles, clothing, shoes, reading and writing books, school supplies, and computers bound for Sierra Leone, West Africa. Folks, this is our fifth trip to the West African republic of Sierra Leone. A country about  the size of South Carolina, with a population of about six million people. A country recovering from twelve years of brutal […]

July 21, 2013

A Call to Haiti

In January 2011, I was ready for something new.  It was 3 ½ years after Tim’s stroke and I felt that God was calling me into a new chapter in my life.  Tom was off at school, Caitie was a junior in high school and Tim was very self-sufficient.  On January 12, 2011, the first […]

December 31, 2012

A Glance at Sierra Care

  Former Fox News host Glenn Beck whom many regard as an idea log for the GOP.  The left says Glen leans to the far- right. Some went further to say Glen Edward Beck promotes conspiracy theories. Truly, we discovered a strong defender of traditional American Values, a strong defender of Israel and a great […]

October 7, 2012

Sierra Care Community Outreach-Feeding the Homeless in Dallas

Here is an other opportunity to serve, to show compassion to the very poor. Saturday, October 20, 2012, Sierra Care will be serving food to the homeless at the Carr P. Collins Social Center-5302 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas TX 75235 at 4:00p to 6:30p. m. Sierra Care will provide dinner and T-Shirt to our volunteers. Please respond […]

September 11, 2012

Sierra Care Outreach to the Vogel Alcove Children Shelter

Friends, J O Y is a very powerful word as we know it. It simple means JESUS, OTHERS AND YOURSELF. Please join Sierra Care to reach out by presenting gifts, reading and serve as classroom buddies to the Vogel Alcove Children Shelter in Dallas, TX. The Date is October 5, 2012 Time: 2:00p.m to 4:30p.m […]

June 19, 2012

As Amputees get Office… 1,138 war victims to get social security allowances

Excerpts from Awoko newpaper. It was at the official opening of the newly built and first of its kind office yesterday at Aberdeen Road, when information of social security allowance about to be ditched out to amputees was received with thunderous applause by amputees who suffered the brunt of the 11 year civil war. Amadu […]

April 26, 2012

Taylor Sierra Leone war crimes trial verdict welcome

We are very much relieved that Taylor will be punished for his crimes against humanity. At Sierra Care, we have been following this story from day one of Taylor’s indictment.  Please read this excerpt from the BBC World: Human rights groups have welcomed the guilty verdict against former Liberian leader Charles Taylor. The UN-backed Special Court […]

January 17, 2012

Haiti Earthquake, Two Years Later

Two years later, Sandra Macias del Villar reports on the money: an excerpts from the Chronicle of Philanthropy.  Where Has All the Haiti Money Gone? By Sandra Macías del Villar As we pass the two-year mark in helping Haiti recover from one of the biggest humanitarian disasters in history, articles and reports have been published that […]

December 24, 2011


          Happy Holidays from SIERRA CARE INC. As we continue the great good of Christmas–love, gift-giving, merry-making, family and friends coming together, tinsel and brightly decorated packages; please let us remember the very poor, and the most vulnerable.   By helping others through challenging times, we tap into our own inner […]

September 4, 2011


BROTHER BILL’S HELPING HAND:- A faith-based ministry that supports thousands of men, women and children living in West Dallas through spiritual encouragement and meeting their physical needs. Here are the demographics of West Dallas compared to the city of Dallas: Family Poverty rate=39% / City of Dallas =14.9% Adults never having completed high school=2% / […]


Presents A Taste of the World “Lunch” Featuring Dishes from USA, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Trinidad-Tobago, Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Gambia, Jamaica, Italy, England, India, and China. African Cultural Performance. A Presentation of our newly established Computer Training Center in Haiti and our Outreach events here in Dallas / Fort Worth. Date: October 8th        Time: 2p.m prompt […]

July 11, 2011


 At Sierra Care our vision is to give hope and human dignity to victims of war and natural disaster through loving fellowship in the family of God, providing both spiritual and physical needs. July 5, 2011, Sierra Care Inc was so humble to install the first ever and only Computer Lab in the camp of […]

May 10, 2011

Sierra Care Inc Returns to Haiti

  Computer Lab for Haiti Friends: The Haitians residing in camps requested that Sierra Care Inc assist with a computer training facility for them to learn basic skills such as Microsoft Word, Excell, Power-Point, Acess, Publisher, etc, in an effort to return to gainful employment. We are inviting you to be a partner of this project. […]

October 5, 2010

Sierra Care completes first Mission to Haiti

By Christian Foday Sesay Jnr., PV Texas Correspondent – Saturday 2 October 2010 Sierra Care was established with a single mission in hand – to touch the lives of amputees all over the world. Part of that mission was fulfilled on September 27th, 2010 when some of its board members successfully completed their first humanitarian mission in Haiti […]

September 9, 2010

‘War Don Don’: Issa Sesay Glamorized – Movie On Special Court Trial Out

      Written by Administrator    Retrieved from the Torchlight Newsletter: Synopsis: From 1991 to 2001, the RUF fought to overthrow the ruling government of Sierra Leone.  In 2003, after the end of the war, the United Nations and the government of Sierra Leone spent more than $200 million building a Special Court […]

August 19, 2010


An excerpt from the Daily Mail website:, retrieved August 19, 2010, Alpha Sesay reports: Prosecutors today asked Charles Taylor’s 19th witness, the former interim leader of the Sierra Leonean rebel group that Mr. Taylor is accused of providing support for, to account to the people of Sierra Leone what his rebel group did with the […]

July 30, 2010

Blood Diamonds

An excerpt from the Cocorioko website:, retrieved July 29, 2010, Sean Sinico reports: Blood diamonds continue to fuel conflicts around the world, but it has taken a splash of celebrity for the global community to take note, says Global Witness campaigner Elly Harrowell. The war crimes trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor in The […]

January 12, 2010


Each and every one of us, I mean believers of our Christian faith believe that God’s time is the best and that He acts and moves not only in an inexplicable way but at His own appointed time and space. The war in Sierra Leone has ended for almost eight years yet we are begining to […]

December 12, 2009


Christmas is celebrated by many around the world perhaps it unique story or may be the easiness it brings to all works of life–factories, offices, schools and even to the homeless. The fun, the gifts, the family gatherings, not to mention the decorations all of these  bring a constant reminder that the festive season is here. Even […]

November 3, 2009

Sierra Care Annual Fund-raising Dinner & Dance

Sierra Care’s 2nd Annual Fundraising dinner and dance held at the famous Clarion hotel in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, 24th October 2009, was simply one of sophistication and elegance. Most of the top guns in the community assembled under the big tent to pour select wines for Texan wine lovers and to give hope to […]

August 1, 2009


July 24, 2009

First Lady Welcomes Sierra Care Boss

At her Presidential Lodge office in Freetown, Mrs. Sia Koroma, the graceful First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone, on Monday 13thJuly, 2009, took a time off her eventful to-do list to welcome Mr. David Kessebeh, Executive Director, Sierra Care Incorporation based in Texas and Alhaji Jusu Jaka, President, Sierra Leone War-Wounded and Amputees […]

May 5, 2009

American Red Cross Provides Training to Sierra Care Inc.

  By Christian Foday Sesay Jr. PV Correspondent, Texas. Saturday, May 2nd 2009, marked a representational high point in the partnership between the Dallas Chapter of the American Red Cross and Sierra Care Incorporation, a non-profit organization based in Dallas whose primary goal is to help war amputees in Sierra Leone and other war affected […]

April 16, 2009

Sierra Care Inc. partners with American Red Cross

By Christian F. Sesay Jr., PV Correspondent, Texas. The importance of community volunteer service was accentuated on Wednesday, 8th April 2009, when Sierra Care Incorporation, a non- profit organization based in Dallas signed an agreement with the Dallas Chapter of the American Red Cross to help during periods of emergency relief. According to the agreement, […]

January 25, 2009

They were Surprised, What they Said and Their Message to You

Many of you have been following the stories we tell about the eleven years civil war in Sierra Leone, West Africa and its devastating outcome to the innocent people and their communities. Sierra Care is incorporated as a public Charity to respond to the needs of the war-wounded and amputees in developing countries. Our goal […]

August 1, 2008

Billion Thanks To Those of You That Stood-up For The Amputees

The Chairman and Board Members acknowledge the sacrifices you have made to witness the fund-raising dinner and gave generously to the war-affected amputees. Thank you so much for allowing us to share the story of these afflicted people. We at Sierra Care believed that you have catch the vision we have for providing the spiritual […]

May 3, 2008

UNT Dallas Campus Donate to Sierra Care

                                                                                                                                                                                 Demonstrating the true spirit of been an American or share the values of the American way, even the immigrants of various parts of the world including Africa manifested the genuine spirit of philanthropy. The Human Services in Non-Profit Organizations class of spring 2008 section 3000.090 taught by Angie Klutts donated new and used clothing, […]

The Joy of Generousity

                                                       Americans are very concern for the well-being of others, this idea goes back to the early  seventeenth century, when no one individual could over-come the harshness of the new land. Philanthropy and service have been demonstrated by Americans of all ages and colors and felt by the entire world and is even more prevalent today […]

February 11, 2008

The Pathway to Self Reliance

Sierra Leone is a small country in the western hemisphere of Africa, she seats by the Pacific ocean with a population of 6, 144, 562 according to a 2007 data by the U.S. state department. Life expectancy for male is 38.36 years and female is 42.87 years. The civil war in Sierra Leone (1991 – […]

December 2, 2007

Conflict Diamonds–a culmination of events

        The capital of Sierra Leone, Freetown was named after the  freed slaves were settled in the small British  colony. During this time nothing was significant about Sierra Leone other than a resting point for the freed slaves.  Diamonds were discovered in Sierra Leone in 1930, since then diamonds have been the focal point  that […]

October 25, 2007

Super Group ColdPlay Donates to Sierra Care

We want to extend a special thanks to the super group COLDPLAY for their recent donation. This will help many amputee victims and their families. It takes a huge heart and many donations to help people regain their lives and independence. Please support the group by clicking the band’s photo. Thanks again from all of […]

July 7, 2007


Vision & Values Sierra Care is a non-profit with a dynamic vision: We will share Christ-like love to each and every war-affected amputee around the world, mostly in developing countries. We desire to give hope and human dignity to all amputees through loving fellowship in the family of God, providing both spiritual and physical  needs. […]

July 5, 2007

Past Projects

Sierra Care Supports Hurricane Katrina Victims By August 31st 2005, 80% of New Orleans was under 15 feet of water. Being a natural disaster, many were not prepared or at the least expecting such to happen so quick and so disastrous. The many people that found refuge in Dallas were greeted by many including Sierra […]

July 3, 2007

Sierra Care Public Charity

Sierra Care – Public Charity Sierra Care is a not-for-profit organization that came into operation on August 6th 2004 as a continued effort to support victims of the brutal civil war; mainly those whose hands, legs, fingers or toes have been amputated. These folks are now homeless or go to bed without food in the […]

June 22, 2007

History of Sierra Leone

Sierra Lyoa ( lion Mountains) originally named by the Portuguese voyagers. During the 15Th century, the British changed the name to Sierra Leone. European businessmen settled by the Atlantic ocean of present-day Freetown to be protected by the African rulers, who supported them largely for the food they brought with them in-exchanged for Ivory and […]

Future Projects

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WheelChairs bound for Sierra Leone, West Africa

                                      Africa has  many amputees due to landmines, firing arms, grenades to name a few. Sierra Leone is a small coastal country in West Africa with a population of about six million people, rich in natural resources such as diamonds, gold, titanium, bauxite, iron ore, ilmenorutile, platinum, chromite, manganese, cassiterite, molybdenite, […]

June 21, 2007


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History of Sierre Care

Sierra Care – Public Charity Sierra Care is a not-for-profit organization that came into operation on August 6th 2004 as a continued effort to support victims of the brutal civil war; mainly those whose hands, legs, fingers or toes have been amputated. These folks are now homeless or go to bed without food in the […]

Sierra Care – Public Charity


Sierra Care is a not-for-profit organization that came into operation on August 6th 2004 as a continued effort to support victims of the brutal civil war; mainly those whose hands, legs, fingers or toes have been amputated. These folks are now homeless or go to bed without food in the streets of Sierra Leone, West Africa. David, Yaye and their son David Kessebeh Jr. escaped the war in 1996 and found a new home in Dallas, Texas but these couple never finds perfect comfort—-they always want to help the folks in Sierra Leone who had suffered badly from the war. In 1996, the young couple teamed—up with their new friends at Scofield Church—-a non-denomination bible based church, prayed fervently for God’s direction to end the war.

In May of 2000, a United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone, together with a British Operation—Operation Palliser ended the civil war. With the cessation of hostilities and the return to normal life; David, Yaye and their son who was five years old in 2000 began saving their used clothing, shoes, school supplies and some Christian literature. The Kessebehs’ began informing friends, church communities, near-by schools, hospitals, neighborhoods and continue the clothing drive, school supplies and bibles etc… .

In January of 2002, David and family with the support of friends and church communities shipped a 20 feet container and flew to Sierra Leone distributed the collected items to the amputees at their Aberdeen Road Refugee Camp. David spent three consecutive days providing food, bible teachings, entertainment such as religious movies, music and played soccer together. David established good relationships with the amputees, listened to their individual stories related to their amputations.

To date, Sierra Care is governed by very fine, smart and ethical people who seats on its board and is classified as an exempt organization under section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) of the internal revenue code, therefore contributions to Sierra Care are deductible under section 170 ( b ) ( 1 ) ( A ) ( vi ) of the code. Sierra Care public charity status is also been governed by its strong biblical foundations with its objective of spreading the gospel to those who are lost and strengthen the weak around the world.