Hassan Koroma, a Social Worker from Sierra Leone and founder of the Social Workers Sierra Leone has been making remarkable achievements in breaking barriers and making a difference in his community. His inspiring work as the founder of Social Workers Sierra Leone and mental health advocate has earned him the prestigious 2023 National Humanitarian Award for championing humanitarian support to vulnerable people.
Koroma’s passion for helping others began at an early age when he witnessed the struggles of those less fortunate in his community. He knew that he wanted to make a difference and dedicated his life to volunteering and giving back to those in need.
As the founder of Social Workers Sierra Leone, Koroma used the platform to raise awareness about social issues affecting mentally disordered people in Freetown and advocated using his social platforms for them to get meals, health care and others . He often highlighted the struggles of vulnerable groups, including the homeless and those suffering from mental health issues.
Koroma founded Social Workers Sierra Leone, an organization dedicated to providing support to vulnerable groups in his community. The organization’s mission is to empower individuals and communities to address social challenges and improve their quality of life.
Under Koroma’s leadership, Social Workers Sierra Leone has made a significant impact in the lives of many. The organization provides food and medical care to the homeless and those suffering from mental health issues. They also offer counseling services and training programs to help individuals get back on their feet.
Taking to his social media platform, he said
“Happy moment to just received the 2023-National Humanitarian Award together with my fellow humanitarians Ishmeal Alfred MorganHeritage Charles and Fatmata B. Jalloh. Just for championing humanitarian support to our vulnerable people. Thanks to all those who normally donate to our humanitarian campaigns and special thanks to my teammates at Social Workers Sierra Leone -SWSL. More humanitarian service.”
Koroma’s dedication and hard work have not gone unnoticed. In 2023, he has been awarded the National Humanitarian Award for his outstanding contributions to humanitarian support in Sierra Leone. The award recognizes his efforts in making a difference in the lives of vulnerable people and breaking barriers in his community.
Koroma’s work as a mental health advocate has been particularly impactful. Mental health is often stigmatized in Sierra Leone, and many people suffer in silence. Koroma’s advocacy has helped to raise awareness about mental health issues and reduce the stigma surrounding it.
Through his work with Social Workers Sierra Leone, Koroma has shown that it is possible to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. His dedication and passion for helping others have inspired many, and he continues to be a role model for young people in his community.
Koroma’s story is a testament to the power of volunteer work and the impact that one person can make in their community. His remarkable achievements have earned him the respect and admiration of many, and he is truly deserving of the National Humanitarian Award.