Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund 

Empowering the Girl Child in Sierra Leone

Meet the dedicated and loyal Team S.L

Mr David Woobay
Senior Adviser
Moyamba

Mr Woobay is one of the best administrators Sierra Leone ever had. He worked for several years as a civil servant topping as Director of Sports then as Mayor, Moyamba District Council for two terms. He pursues his daughters’ passion and dream for the girl child by endlessly and effectively supporting her works.

Mrs. Kaata Peters
Country Director
Freetown

Kaata K Peters born December 2nd  1989 in Moyamba. Attended the st Theresa's convent in Liberia and later pursued her education at Fourah Bay College where she attained a first class Honors degree in Political Science. She believes that every girl has the right to education and was inspired by the unique work the Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund is doing by putting back teenage mums in school in Sierra leone.  She joined the foundation January  2016 and has added a lot of energy to team Salone.

Mrs Sentho Kargbo
Administrative & Financial Officer
Freetown

Sentho kargbo Née Woobay born 30 march 1966. A journalist broadcaster and is currently working as a development reporter for the National Commission for Social Action NaCSA. Has one daughter. She is also very interested in women´s empowerment and the girl child education and has voluntarily joined the Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund and willingly gives her time to the foundation to see that administrative work is properly done.

Ms. Catherine B Koroma
Site manager - daycare
Moyamba
Ms. Catherine B Koroma was born on the 9th September, 1991 in Bradford Ribbi Cheifdom. She is married with one child; she completed her secondary education at the St. Helena secondary school Freetown and later continued at the College of management and administration where she obtained a National Diploma in Accounting and finance. She joined the Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund in 2015 to help give teenage mothers a second chance by working at the day care.
Mrs Tenneh Toko
Social Worker – Day Care
Moyamba 
Tenneh Toko is from Kogbortuma village in Moyamba district and is 51 years of age. She is married with three kids. A warm personality, whose love for child caring strengthens her to be with the kids all day at the day care centre. She is happy to work for The Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund and share Peagie’s dream of educating girls.

Mr. Mohamed Mustapha Kargbo

Project Coordinator
Freetown

Mr. Mohamed Mustapha Kargbo was born in a town called Songo on 29th September 1989, in Port Loko district, North of Sierra Leone, His parents are Madam Fatmata Baby Kamara and Late Mohamed Alie Kargbo. He attended the Albert Academy during high school and is a graduate from the College of Business Studies, holding a National Diploma in Computer Science. He is a Microsoft application packages teacher at the Abisha Solutions Computer training school.  He is a dynamic and hard working man who believes in Peagie´s dream and has joined the team to ensure that the objectives of the foundation are met.

Miss Mariama Saccoh

Supervisor - resource center 

Kabala

Ms. Mariama Saccoh was born on the 5th March,1988  in  Koinadugu district  Gbenikoro  Diang Chiefdom. She  did her  primary and secondary schooling in Kabala and continued at the College of management and Administration where she obtained a National Diploma in Community development studies.  Presently  working with The Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund as the site Supervisor  making sure that the activities of the project are carried out as planned, sharing Peagie´s dream and bringing new life to girls and child mothers though the  opportunities given to them by PWSF.


Jane Y Kargbo

Social worker - Day care Kabala

 Jane Kargbo  was born on the 17th June,1988  in Daing Badala  Koinadugu district Chiefdom. She  did her  primary and secondary schooling in Kabala and continued at the Northern Polytechnic Makeni  where she obtained a H.T.C Primary.  Her  love for child caring strengthens her to be with the kids all day at the day care centre. She is happy working for the Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund.