She also revealed that the All Works of Life (AWOL) United Kingdom and the Sierra Leone Friendship Association also awarded her organisation as Charity of the Year and Best Humanitarian of the Year on June 6th and 30TH August, 2015 respectively.
Princess Imambay Kadie Kamara also stated that she was busy raising awareness in the Diaspora for support to Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak in the country, noting that she met with President Barrack Obama of the United States of America and the British Prime Minister David Cameron on the said issue.
She further explained that she also organized all Sierra Leonean organisations in England to the House of the British Parliament to discuss solutions to eradicate the Ebola virus disease and plans for the post Ebola programmes for survivors and orphans to kick start their lives.
She further explained that the discussion was dominated by what good or bad lessons could be learnt from the Ebola relatives to challenges from other infectious diseases from a poor healthcare system.
She pointed out that her organisation will be embarking on education promotion among the disabled people alongside the promotion of justice and sustainable peace.
She noted that the ongoing construction of a school for disabled and Ebola orphans at Lungi in the Port Loko District is a step taken by her organisation to help the disabled to have access to education.
Princess Imambay Kadie Kamara also disclosed that her organisation also organized Christmas parties for the disabled people at Waterloo, Grafton and Lungi and also supported victims of the September flooding at the Autauga Mini Stadium and donated wheelchairs, medicines, food and non-food items to disabled people in Freetown and its environs.
She revealed that she will formally launch her organisation in Freetown in April this year.