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  • #21

    ged online (Wednesday, 13 April 2011 11:56)

    Great site dude,very informative i must say.
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  • #20

    coach outlet store (Wednesday, 23 February 2011 01:50)

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  • #19

    English Cocker Spaniel (Wednesday, 06 October 2010 20:27)

    Great website!

  • #18

    Cocker Cocker (Thursday, 30 September 2010 20:12)

    Very Nice web site!
    Have a good day!

  • #17

    Ahmed R. Wurie (BALOSTER)=USA (Thursday, 17 June 2010 05:54)

    This is great. We need such schools like TBIA in every section in our country. Keep up the good work. Remember education is key to success in life. Make no mistake. CONGRATULATION.

  • #16

    Amadu Bangura, Sydney-AUSTRALIA (Monday, 29 March 2010 07:27)

    After trepidations of me watching the different presentation + website of TBIA, I was instilled to know the many benefits this project has created. Also I came in to understand and appreciated that, the staffs at TBIA have worked very hard in making this project comes successful, in which they truly deserves fame, especially school principle, A.P.M. Sourie, who I have had the opportunity, and indeed the privilege, of getting to identify as a truly inspired individual. An individual whose commitment to the community in general, and in particular people from his homeland, is an example to us all.”
    This is exactly of a phrase fun of, by Lao Tzu “That a journey with a thousand of miles begins with one single step”.
    On behalf of my family, together with my own personal acquaintances, I wish yous all the staffs, including teachers, committee and students of TBIA the best in the future and the unprecedented endeavour lies ahead. Pray that the Almighty with continue to put his strength into this project.

  • #15

    Aloysius Williams (Saturday, 12 December 2009 23:40)

    Where is Gershn Mboya? Hope he sees this.

  • #14

    Magnus Fortune Wright (Papa Maggie) (Saturday, 12 December 2009 23:39)

    Impressive.

  • #13

    Amie (Monday, 23 November 2009 12:09)

    Thanks for very good job, Keep it up.

  • #12

    Kabba Jalloh USA (Monday, 31 August 2009 06:15)

    It is incredible to see educational opportunity given to under privileged kids especially to girls who normally under represented in the educational sector in developing countries. I express my deepest appreciation and many thanks to the sponsors of TBIA. Keep up the outstanding job.

  • #11

    Hamed Mustapha Turay (Sydney) (Monday, 11 May 2009 03:11)

    I have no doubt in my mind that this project/school will achieve excellence and provide quality education to our people in the entire South under the stewardship of A.P.M. Sourie.
    My knowledge of this great humble servant spans over a decade. He has an enviable character, a man who can be associated with all those delicate virtues of gentleness. Kudos to you and the brains behind such development.

  • #10

    M.M.Mansaray(Chareterd Accountant) (Tuesday, 07 April 2009 11:08)

    I am overwhelmed to know that there are
    at least Sierra Leoneans out there who
    are engaged in giving hope to our future
    generation through educational Charities.
    May God give all of you strength and guidance
    to continue your good work.

  • #9

    doris (Friday, 19 December 2008 15:13)

    Ich finde den Aufbau der Seite sehr gut. Macht weiter so.

  • #8

    Ibrahima sory Diakite (Wednesday, 17 December 2008 19:15)

    May GOD continue to bless us in sierra leone!!!!

  • #7

    Evangelist (Dr) John Gbla Jr (Saturday, 01 November 2008 20:46)

    This ia an excellent innovation. Goodluck.

  • #6

    John Myers One World Link (Tuesday, 30 September 2008 17:01)

    Many congratulations for a magnificent effort. Long may the school grow, prosper, for the benefit of the children of Bo.

  • #5

    Moses Manskanu (Monday, 08 September 2008 16:48)

    MOSES MANSKANU - UK 08-09-08
    This project looks promising, I'm sure the Bo
    community will appreciate and embrace such a
    viable development.The kids look wonderful, theteachers look great, and the buildings look very condusive for a learning environment.

  • #4

    S.B (Tuesday, 19 August 2008 01:08)

    The website looks great and a lot of people seem to be registering their kids there. You’ve done well; TBIA is the next big sch from the looks of it. I only hope your teachers will deliver.

  • #3

    Philip Manyeh (Tuesday, 19 August 2008 01:02)

    I have seen the website and I applaud you and your colleagues for a worthy contribution to a nation in need of educational opportunities for young people. I will pass this on to organisations in the US and the Cayman Islands with the hope that individuals or groups will support such a humble but worthy cause.

    I wish the school success and trust that the beginning of the academic year will see the school running with full capacity.

    Good luck and God bless

  • #2

    Rugie Bangs (Monday, 18 August 2008 23:02)

    Very good project, keep it up.

  • #1

    ALUSINE BABBA KEBBAY (Friday, 13 June 2008 20:24)

    This is one of the most worthy ventures I have seen in post civil-war Sierra Leone. What the civil war did is create an educational gap between the pre-civil war educated and the those who throughout the war were unable to get adequate education. This therefore put a clog in the educational conveyor belt of our once educationally proud country.
    What better name for such a venture than that of a man who started his political campaighn with the slogan
    "Education, Education, Education"
    What better location than a place that is centrally to whole country, the same criteria the British used in 1906 when they wanted to open an educational institution for sons and wards of the paramount chieves.
    I wish you all the best and call on all patroitic Sierra Leoneans To support such a worthy venture.