By Jacob Sax Conteh Aminata Bangura and her husband Mohamed Bangura are professional health workers in Boston with an extraordinary vision for Sierra Leone. They want to empower every impoverished Sierra Leonean by providing them access to adequate medical care and the ability to start their own business. Instead of hiding behind computer and tablet screens to vent about the deplorable health situation in Sierra Leone, the Banguras have used their own money to build a Clinic in Angola Town, Freetown as well as help rural communities in southeast Sierra Leone by providing them medications and treatment for common ailments. Unlike other charitable organizations that often collect millions of dollars but only use a fraction of that money to help improvised Sierra Leoneans, Amina's Community Health Center matches the money they get from donors to implement their programs. When massive flooding temporarily displaced hundreds of Freetown residents recently, without fanfare or soliciting for donations, the organization donated a hundred bags of rice to the displaced residents. On a clear crisp Saturday night on October 10, Amina's Community Health Center conducted a fundraiser dinner in Boston to raise funds for the expansion of their work. The fundraiser was a success, raising close to two thousand dollars by the time all the numbers are tabulated. This is a remarkable feat for an organization which has been funded mostly by the Banguras. Amina's Community Health Center is looking for help from all those who care for the poor people in Sierra Leone. Since the organization is a registered non-profit 501(C), all donations in the U.S. are tax-exempt. Please visit the Amina's Community Health Center website at http://aminaschc.org and support a transparent organization that makes a difference by changing lives.