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October 2011

The Global Call against poverty Sierra Leone are calling for an end to poverty and inequality with four years left for the Minimum Development Goal 2015.  At a press Conference on Monday 17th October at

In its bid to actively improve accountability and strengthen citizen’s voice, ENCISS Sierra Leone Tuesday 18th held a press meeting at Santanno House where it was disclosed considerable number of civil society organizations were awarded

As the 2012 General Elections are just a skip to catch, Civil Societies are looking for the inclusion of the Ministry of Indigenization in all Political parties manifesto. Investigation conducted revealed that past and present

Content of the Bo September 9 political rally chaos report indicts four police officers over crimes of murder and inflicting gunshot wounds on number of unarmed civilians. Barely after the September 9th Bo commotion, individuals from

Yenga is a small settlement within the Sierra Leone territory. It has remained under Guinean occupation ever since the rebel war ended in Sierra Leone in 2002. It was during the war when Guinean soldiers, in

GOD said  I should remind people to wash the blankets first before they give them to the homeless, so that it is given with a good heart.  GOD said if you have spare sleeping bags,

Executive members of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) will meet over the weekend to decide on Lars Olof Mattsson’s contract as Leone Stars Head Coach. The acting Sierra Leone Football Association’s General Secretary Abdul Rahman

Banjul, The Gambia- 19 October 2011- The Gambian government has come out strongly in support of human rights and has urged governments, their agents and judicial systems to defend them "One cannot continue to oppress

The Bo police station which emerged 9th position in Africa on a recently conducted evaluation on the role of policing in promoting good governance, on October 18th, 2010 hosted top executive members of Attitudinal and

ENCISS is pleased to announce that grants to the tune of 1, 579,023.00 (one million five hundred and seventy nine thousand and twenty three pounds) have been awarded to Civil Society Organisations and Government of

Gem Stars of Kailahum and Real Republicans are in desperate mood to secure their second win in the ongoing Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) national first division play-off.   (Photo: The Soccer Ambassador… Real Republicans) Both teams

A total of thirteen District IT CHANNEL Operators are presently undergoing three-day training on Logistics Management Information System (LMIS)/CHANNEL at the conference room of the Central Medical Stores, New England in Freetown.  (Participants at the

In reaction to the recent Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) report that indicted early pregnancy as a major cause for hundreds of girl-students dropping out from educational mainstream, the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change

Belgium Sellers, a major Petty Traders Association, in the Capital City of Freetown have secured education on ‘Living with HIV’   in a one day HIV & AIDs workshop organised by The Business Coalition Against AIDS

Freetown- The National Secretariat of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists wishes to inform it members and the general public that the SLAJ Membership Credential Committee will conduct interviews for new applicants for SLAJ membership