SECRETARY-GENERAL APPOINTS ABDUL KAMARA OF SIERRA LEONE
AFRICAN UNION-UNITED NATIONS DEPUTY JOINT SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE IN DARFUR
United Nations Secretary-General and African Union Commission Chairperson announced today the appointment of Abdul Kamara of Sierra Leone as Deputy
Freetown, Thursday 25 September 2014: While a successful three-day national stay at home Ebola campaign in which 80% of households were reached has ended, an intensive door-to-door Ebola campaign continues in Freetown.
Initiated and led by
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Honourable Chernoh M. Bah has told members of Constituency 99 that Members of Parliament (MPs) are going to be for the funds allocated to them from the Constituency Development Fund
Gamers learn how to conduct an investigation report on environmental crimes
For World Maritime Day today, 25 September 2014, Al Jazeera has launched a ground-breaking interactive web game based that allows the gamer to learn how
Philips to target sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia where high maternal and infant mortality can be addressed through early diagnosis, proper nutrition, remote monitoring innovations and access to energy.
Philips commits to improve the
SAVE THE DATE: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
EBOLA Fund-Raising Dinner
The Sierra Leone Nationals Association of Manitoba
cordially invites you to our
Venue: Canad Inn, 1034 Elizabeth Road, Winnipeg, Canada.
Cover charge: $30. (Proceeds will go to the Canadian
Freetown, Sept. 24, 014 (MOHS) - Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation II Madam Madina Rahman has lauded World Vision for aiding Sierra Leone in the fight against the Ebola virus disease. (Photo: Deputy Minister
The United Methodist Women’s Organization (UMWO) Kenema District on Wednesday 24th September, 2014 donated materials worth over Le3 million to the Kenema District Ebola Task Force team at the UNICEF office Maxwell Khobe Street, Kenema.
Freetown, Sept. 24, 014 (MOHS) - The Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation, Madam Madina Rahman has rebuild confidence on frontline health workers at the Ebola Treatment Centre at the Police Training School in Hastings
The lips of Sierra Leoneans and foreign partners in and out of the country were full of praises, admiration and adoration for President Ernest Bai Koroma’s appointed Presidential Youth Aide, Bai Mahmoud Bangura who was
Secretary Kerry named Ambassador Nancy Powell t(in photo) to lead the Ebola Coordination Unit at the Department of State. In this role, Ambassador Powell will lead the State Department’s outreach to international partners, including foreign
Diplomats from the Republic of Sierra Leone and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam have called for stronger ties between the two countries in their development cooperation especially in International Relations, Agriculture, Health, Fishing and