At 19 years old Nick Wood popular known as Krio Borbor opted into a two-year humanitarian effort in the jungles of West Africa where he was featured on BBC News after learning the local dialect and growing an online platform dedicated to sharing the vibrant culture there.
Nick Wood was a young man with a passion for adventure and a heart for helping others. At just 19 years old, he made the bold decision to opt into a two-year humanitarian effort in the jungles of West Africa. It was a decision that would change his life forever.
Nick arrived in Sierra Leone with a desire to make a difference. He quickly immersed himself in the local culture, learning the Krio dialect and making friends with the people he met. As he spent more time in the Sierra Leone, he became fascinated by the vibrant culture and rich history of the area.
Nick realized that there was so much more to Sierra Leone than what was portrayed in the media. He wanted to share the beauty and richness of the culture with the world. So, he started an online platform dedicated to showcasing the people and traditions of Sierra Leone.
Through his platform, Nick shared stories of the people he met. His platform quickly gained a following, and he was soon featured on BBC News for his efforts.
As Nick’s two-year humanitarian effort came to an end, he knew that he had found his life’s calling. He decided to to Sierra Leone with his family and continue his work, dedicating his life to learning and showcasing Sierra Leone.
Nick’s story is one of courage, compassion, and dedication. He showed that one person can make a difference in the world, no matter how young or inexperienced they may be.