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The battle to save the soul of Sierra Leone is a must: where do you ...

Sierra Leone Telegraph 21 Jun 2022
... us, the people of Sierra Leone; for tormenting us; for dividing us along ethnolinguistic and ethno-regional lines; for making us live under constant handouts when we have all the resources to make us live a good life; for making us live in a sub-city country, Sierra Leone.

Real causes of civil wars – Have we learnt our lesson? A tale of two ...

Sierra Leone Telegraph 20 Jun 2022
Sierra Leone Telegraph ... Sierra Leone’s civil war lasted for 11 years (1991-2002), and left over an estimated 70, 000 people dead ... Some elements tried to lace the war in Sierra Leone with tribal sentiments but failed ... Has Sierra Leone recovered from its ashes? ... The average life expectancy in Sierra Leone is 60 years and 65 in Rwanda.

Comment on What does this tell us about our politicians in Sierra Leone? by Abraham ...

Sierra Leone Telegraph 10 Jun 2022
Maybe we should ask this politicians what planets are they living on? Surely they are inhabiting a parallel universe that bare little semblance of life in present day Sierra Leone .If this proposal to increase the wages of one of the most lazy and corrupt politicians in the West ...

Public education on Public Education: Comprehensive Sexuality Education TLMs in Sierra Leone

The Patriotic Vanguard 08 Jun 2022
By David Sengeh, Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, Sierra Leone In 2018, President Bio promised to "initiate discussions towards the reintroduction of Family Life Education in Schools" ... Yes, there are many many other topics ... When we speak about CSE, we also speak about those out of school cases ... Salone mus betteh! .

Sinneh Moijueh honoured as one of the top 100 professionals in Sierra Leone

The Patriotic Vanguard 06 Jun 2022
Moijueh (photo) received the special honour of being among the top 100 professionals in Sierra Leone. He is not an awards-driven person - his life is driven by two key values - love for his nation/continent and the pursuit of excellence in whatever he does. These two drive everything he does on a daily basis and nothing else ... The question is ... Sinneh T.

Sierra Leone has lost an intellectual and great son of the soil – Herbert M’cleod

Sierra Leone Telegraph 26 May 2022
Herbert played a leading role in developing the International Growth Centre (IGC) programme in Sierra Leone, and later our ... He gave up a well-deserved and well-compensated retirement in New York for a life back in post-war Sierra Leone with its power, water, and health disruptions.

Mayor Aki-Sawyerr is appointed Commissioner for Global Commission on the Economics of Water at Davos summit

Sierra Leone Telegraph 26 May 2022
Mayor Aki-Sawyerr OBE. Sierra Leone Telegraph. 26 May 2022.. Water is life and in Freetown the consequences of limited or no access to clean, potable water are acutely felt by almost 50% of our residents and to some degree by us all ... That is why a Global Commission on the Economics of Water was today launched at the World Economic Forum at Davos ... .

Two peacekeepers from Sierra Leone to be honoured posthumously at United Nations ceremony

Sierra Leone Telegraph 25 May 2022
Sierra Leone Telegraph ... Among the peacekeepers to be honoured are two from Sierra Leone ... Sierra Leone currently contributes a total of 78 military and police personnel to the UN peace operations in Abyei, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Lebanon, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan.

In Sierra Leone, local fishers and foreign trawlers battle for their catch

Mongabay 24 May 2022
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — As dawn breaks, the fishing wharf at Tamba Kula in Freetown buzzes with the movement of early-morning commerce ... The ocean is the backbone of life in Sierra Leone, with fish accounting for around 80% of the country’s protein intake ... But life is getting harder in places like Tamba Kula.

“I paid off £18,000 of debt in 22 months and fixed my bad relationship with money”

Stylist 23 May 2022
I was born in Sierra Leone and moved here with my mum when I was eight ... I took a job at WHSmith, and three years later, aged 21, I got married to John, who I’d met in Sierra Leone 18 months earlier ... But I can’t lie, I enjoyed being held up as a success story by my relatives in Sierra Leone.

I’m starving – I can’t afford to feed myself with the amount of money I’m ...

Metro UK 17 May 2022
I know that the money that should pay for my food in the UK has paid for my family’s food back in my home country of Sierra Leone ... In Sierra Leone, I was a civil servant, a political party executive and a campaigner ... I had to flee from my hometown, be separated from my wife and only child and left Sierra Leone in fear of my life.

Hundreds gather to remember victims

Winona Daily News 16 May 2022
JANET GRAMZA Buffalo News. BUFFALO, N.Y ... ‘ ” ... “I am frightened because in the past we have had our struggles with race, but today this community is a melting pot with people from Bangladesh to Pakistan to India to Sierra Leone,” she said. “We all get along and try to have a nice life, but he came and disrupted it, and now it will put everyone on guard.

Community holds vigil, protests in wake of racially motivated mass shooting

The Buffalo News 15 May 2022
“I am frightened because in the past we have had our struggles with race, but today this community is a melting pot with people from Bangladesh to Pakistan to India to Sierra Leone,” she said. “We all get along and try to have a nice life, but he came and disrupted it, and now it will put everyone on guard.

Progress towards press freedom in Sierra Leone but there are emerging threats

Sierra Leone Telegraph 05 May 2022
Worse, an apparent assassination attempt on journalist, Gibril Gottor and his family in Kambia town, Northern Sierra Leone, has left the investigative journalist in fear for his life ... The freedom walk platform will further be an opportunity to encourage the Government of Sierra ...

Association of Photographers Awards 2021 winners revealed

BBC News 05 May 2022
"The civil war in Sierra Leone (1991-2002) not only killed more than 50,000 people, it also led to thousands of innocent civilians having legs, arms or hands forcibly amputated by rebel soldiers or from landmines and bullets. "The Flying Star Amputees are a group of football teams across Sierra Leone, born out of the adversity of this war.

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