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Building  Brighter Future

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"I have  known the Honorary Consul for over 10 years. She is a good person with a great soul, gives attention to people and will go all the way for anyone. Honorary Consul Isatu is a strong leader in the community and a treasure the world cannot afford to loose."

                                  Michael Adegoke

                                  5 Times USA showdance Champion

                                  Actor and Show Host




Mrs. Isatu Timbo-Nwokedi of California, USA, is a professional nurse and honorary Consul and Goodwill Ambassador of Sierra Leone. She is also a philanthropist who has performed immeasurable service to humanity.

She has been engaged in humanitarian and philanthropic enterprises since the early 200s even before she was appointed Goodwill Ambassador and then Honorary Consul, because of love for her country and humanity.

She has dispatched emergency assistance to Sierra Leone many times to help alleviate problems, especially containers of medical supplies and food. she has decided to devote her extraordinary human and professional qualities and skills towards helping her people back home in Sierra Leone and humanity. She has donated food, clothing, schoolbooks, and supplies and scholarships to pilgrims heading for Mecca worth tens of thousands of dollars, all from her own resources.

Mrs. Timbo-Nwokedi played a commanding role in humanitarian assistance during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone in 2013, mudslide disaster in 2017, the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 and the deadly tanker explosion in 2021 that killed 144 people. She sent containers of medical supplies and food to help her country combat these crises.

Her resolute and unflinching determination to improve the lives of her people in the areas of basic healthcare services, education, and women empowerment is evident by the number of donations she has made.

Recently, she also transformed her determination into the brand-new Robena Health Center, which she built Royanka, a village in Karene District, Northern Sierra Leone. It will serve approximately 5,000 people living in Royanka and the surrounding villages, offering internal medicine, pediatrics, minor surgery and maternal health care. She also built a community school in the village.

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