Canada: Child soldier survivor creates foundation for change in Sierra Leone
Fazineh Keita trying to build a community centre to help prevent kids from facing the same reality he did.
At eight years old, kids are usually thinking about what mom is making for dinner and how long they can get away with playing video games.
Fazineh Keita's reality was much different growing up during the civil war in Sierra Leone.
Now living in Vancouver, Keita is reflecting on his past while trying to change the future for children in his native land.
His charity, Innocence Lost Foundation, aims to help provide resources and rehabilitation services to former child soldiers and give kids a chance to be kids.
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Source: CBC News
Photo: Innocence Lost Foundation