Most importantly, Usifu and The Bangura Project will remain dedicated to the communities that we work in, long after the original project has been completed or transitioned to local leadership.


One year ago, I made a promise to the people of Sierra Leone. I would return to start a non-profit organization and provide help to the people who are in desperate need of clean water, starting with the communities of Kambia, Sierra Leone. 

In the summer of 2017, I will be making a return to Kambia, Sierra Leone, for an extended trip to launch The Bangura Project. I plan on staying at the YMCA Sierra Leone for more than six months in order to deliver Hippo Rollers, a product that makes transporting large amounts of clean water possible. I will also work towards establishing relationships with the communities of the impoverished district, which is a place that is home to my mother, brother and other family members.

My reunion with my family in Sierra Leone was featured on Al Jazeera America. Watch the short video here: 


If you would like to be a part of supporting The Bangura Project, I encourage you to visit our Missoula Gives and GoFundMe pages: 


 With your support, we will be able to provide aid and support to the communities of Kambia, Sierra Leone. 


                                                                             Thank you,
                                                                           Usifu Bangura