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October 2018

People walking in Philadelphia’s Head House Square encountered an unusual interruption on Tuesday – a bright blue vending machine, which appeared to be selling drugs. The machine offered a choice between bottles labeled as medical

Reducing infant mortality is an unfinished agenda of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Sierra Leone. This proposition is backed by Statistic Sierra Leone’s 2013 Demographic Health Survey which shows that infant mortality is responsible

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Jacob Jusu Saffa, says the economy of the small mineral-rich West African country is struggling and blames policies of the past regime as the main reason.  (Photo:

Poverty has deepened the crisis in Health Care Service Delivery in developing countries, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, a region facing a disease burden that is unmatched in the world. It is vivid that, urban areas in

This past week has been historic for the country and her people of Sierra Leone; being the first entrance into the United States by president Maada Bio after his election. Considering his controversial departure from

Claudius Stark Davies, the Commercial Manager of one of the leading water bottling companies in the country, Gulf Mineral Water and Beverage Company at 5 Smart Farm, Off Wilkinson Road in Freetown, Friday 28th September, 

On Saturday, 29th September, 2018, voters, journalists and opposition members from the country’s main opposition All Peoples Congress (APC), and National Grand Coalition (NGC), suffered untold terror in the hands of thugs from the ruling

Internal Affairs Minister Orders The Arrest Of Journalist One of Sierra Leone’s renowned journalists, Fayia Amara Fayia, was on the morning of Saturday, 29th September, 2018 was arrested and detained by police officers from the Criminal

for Government officials - Financial Recklessness Hits SLPP Government The Budget hearing told that $4M is spent on overseas medical treatment for Sierra Leoneans as Health Ministry ask for Le234 billion wage bill for 2019. Such a

FREETOWN – The Company behind the proposal to build one of the nation’s largest medical marijuana cultivation centers to be located in Southeastern Massachusetts says it now has the cash to get the project started. AmeriCann, Inc.,

The Centre for Coordination of Youth Activities (CCYA) in collaboration with Action Aid Sierra Leone has completed Youth Transformational Leadership Training on the Project Titled: Mobilizing Civil Society Organizations’ (CSOs) Support for the implementation of