The KEO Foundation
Delivering Life Changing Support to People in Need

Current Focus


Education Sponsorship

Support education of underprivileged children in Sierra Leone.
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Women Empowerment in The Gambia

This is a pilot program started in 2019 in partnership with Treasor Women Warriors
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Raise Awareness  

Support Activities

Solve critical needs




Strategy of KEO Foundation Initiatives


Become a Child Sponsor

The KEO Foundation is partnering with Women of Wonders Sierra Leone (WOW-SL) to support the educational needs of orphans and children survivors of Ebola in Sierra Leone. Initially, this is being funded primarily from donations by The KEO Foundation leadership team. The scope of this pilot program for the 2016/2017 school year is as follows:

  1. Tutoring for 15 kids to help them catch up going into the school year
  2. Boarding school sponsorship for 5 kids

Help sponsor the education of children in need

"When you sponsor a child, two lives are changed: a child's and yours!"
Kadiatu Conteh
Kadiatu Conteh is thirteen years old and was staying with both parents in Makeni before the Ebola outbreak. She lost both of her parents to Ebola, and was then sent to an Observational Interim Care Centre (OICC) in Grafton while her external family members were being identified. She was later re- unified with her aunty. Kadiatu aspires to be a medical doctor.
Amadu Thoronka
Amadu Thoronka is twelve years old. He lost his father and 12 family members during the Ebola outbreak. He currently lives with his mother (Fatima Kamara) and 7 other siblings at Manokoya community in Waterloo where he helps his mother and elder sisters with trading activities to cover day- to-day living expenses for the family. He is currently in Class 6.
Fanta & Zainab Sessay
Fanta Sessay and Zainab Sessay are twin sisters. They are ten years old and lost both of their parents to the Ebola virus. They currently live with their grandmother madam Amie Kamara together with their three younger sisters (ages one, three and six respectively), at Mango Farm - Manokoya community in Waterloo.
Isatu Kabia
Isatu Kabia
Isatu Kabia is fourteen years old. She lost twelve of her family members including her parents to the deadly Ebola virus. She is currently living with her uncle, Santigi Kabia who is physically disabled. Santigi is a care-giver to four Ebola orphans who are children of his disease family members. He cannot afford to send any of them to school.

Why The Keo Foundation?

The KEO Foundation

A non-profit legal entity, launched September 1st 2014.

Vision

Use the Foundation as a vehicle for targeted non profit programs to help uplift the underprivileged, especially in Africa


Volunteer Executive Team

The KEO Foundation is led by an all-volunteer leadership team with deep roots in Africa. Collectively, they spend a significant time and focus on charitable and family activities related to Africa, including regular trips to the continent. The leadership team is driven by a responsibility and opportunity to leverage their extensive backgrounds in the business world in the USA and knowledge of Africa to help deliver creative solutions that are impactful to the communities we seek to serve.


Adama Kah

Founder and President

Responsibilities include shaping and driving the strategic direction of The KEO Foundation and support strategy execution

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Ibou Diallo

CTO

Responsibilities include design, implementation and execution of technology strategy and solutions, and support strategy execution

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Kumba Daffeh-Kah

COO

Responsibilities include strategy execution and day-to-day management of the operations of KEO, donors and diaspora outreach.

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Alain Pakabomba

CFO and Treasurer

Responsibilities include CFO and implementation of Treasury functions and solutions, and support of strategy execution

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Eyob Tesso

CPO

Responsibilities include program development, governance, policies and processes, and support strategy execution

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Contact Us


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The Keo Foundation

1390 Chain Bridge Road
Suite # 1000
McLean, VA 22102
P: (571)429-5634
E: keofoundation@gmail.com

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Events

Hyatt's Tyson's

Nov. 29 2017 - Mclean, VA

Marriott Marquis

Nov. 8 2014 - Washington, DC

Freddie Mac ARISE Event

Sept. 10 2014 - Mclean, VA

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