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September 2013

The Initiative is a response by the AUC, AfDB, UNECA and ILO to the call by African Heads of State and Government to tackle more decisively the youth employment challenge in Africa ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, September

The Deputy Directed General of the Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA), Mr. Abdulai Aziz Kamara has expressed his feelings on Good Morning Salone program on Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation (SLBC) that the SLRA is currently

A local registered Non-governmental Organization in Sierra Leone known as Tinap Tranga Children and Youth Organization (TTCYO) has recently completed a 3 week training of children and youth in various skills within the Mile 91

The Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) might be the oldest political party in the country, but the recent shenanigans within the party demonstrates the need for its members to grow up, if this country is

The Timber Association, Sierra Leone wish to inform the general public that Mr. Alie Suma that having been issued concession licenses to extract and exploit timber in the Bombali and Port Loko District forests respectively

Ibrahim Austin Kenneh (in photo) popularly known as Base De Preacher has said that his new musical album title ‘Bear Me’ is completed and set to be released soon to the public. Born in Bandawo, a

Reports reaching this press indicate that even though the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Richard Moigbeh has ordered an immediate probe into the activities of the District Traffic Officer (DTO), Inspector Kabba who  was quoted

Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Freetown City Council (FCC), Cyril Mattia has disclosed on the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) that his institution has made decisions to stage desperate moves against all debtors of

Project Umubano is the Conservative Party's International social action project in Rwanda, Burundi and Sierra Leone. Set up in 2007 by UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Andrew Mitchell MP, Project Umubano is the first time

“No amount of money and gifts would bring their lives. But we really appreciated the kind hearts our brothers and sisters in America have shown to us…” said Hawa Kallon, sister to the late Abu

Black Entertainment, Film, Fashion, Television and Arts (BEFFTA) awards has honoured the wonderful personality Faith Okrafo-Smart (in photo) with a special honorary award BEFFTA HUMANITARIAN AWARD. Faith Okrafo-Smart is a Social Policy and Sociology graduate, a

As I sit here fasting and praying for Syria and the Middle East in response to Pope Francis’ call, my thoughts are on two things: the experience I had in Jordan, and what it was

Accra, Ghana – Cousin Zilala, Executive Director of Amnesty International, Zimbabwe, describes policy advocacy as the core business of his organisation. He took part in a three - day training on Introduction to Policy Advocacy

Thou Shall Eat foundation (TSE), a community based organization registered and incorporated with the Department of Treasury-Internal Revenue Services (IRS) of the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States of America as a state corporation, has been