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December 2014

Sierra Leone’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom this week made an impressive presentation at a high-profile well attended international conference aimed at raising massive awareness towards the fight against Ebola in West Africa. His Excellency

Sierra Leone and the world over are commemorating the international anti-corruption day (IAC Day) – a day set aside by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 58/7 in October 2003 to raise awareness on the

Freetown, December 5 2014: The Government of Sierra Leone today launched the first round of a massive anti-malarial drug campaign, targeting 2.4 million people, in Ebola hot zones. The symptoms of malaria are so similar to

I have always told few of my foreign friends that whatever they read about Sierra Leone and Sierra Leoneans, Sierra Leone is a very hospitable country and the majority of Sierra Leoneans are very generous,

There is no country in the world that has been unaffected by climate change, and no continent in the world has been more affected than Africa – and that state of affairs appears unlikely to

Five players have been shortlisted for the 2014 sierraleonefootball.com Player of the Year award after they were nominated by Sierra Leonean Sports Writers. They are Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara (Örebro, Sweden), Alhaji ‘Andriano’ Kamara (IFK Norrköping, Sweden), David Simbo (Al-Hilal, Sudan)

Information Ministers from the 57 - member states Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) at the conclusion of their conference over the weekend in Iran’s Capital, Tehran have expressed “serious concerns over dreadful acts of terrorism

Freetown, Dec. 3, 014 (MOHS) - Making their usual support to Ebola survivors, the Sierra Leone Women’s Business Hub, a non-governmental and non- profitable organization has donated toiletries and other non-food items to 56 Ebola

Considering the fact that it has almost taken six months since schools and universities in Sierra Leone were closed down due to the Ebola outbreak; and considering also the flip side effects and attendant consequences

4 December 2014 – Four hundred motorbikes equipped with cooler boxes will help speed up deliveries of blood samples to laboratories from remote areas of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and reduce the waiting time

The West African Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) in collaboration with the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI), and with support from the Commonwealth Foundation, will organize the First Annual West Africa Civil Society Conference from

The house of parliament of the republic of Sierra Leone has get a new face left thanks to the administration and leadership of parliament who thought it fit to upgrade the standard of the house

As the killer disease, Ebola lives threating issue is faster becoming a global village issue, the Africans in Australia are currently fasten their belts more and more to contribute in the fight against the deadly

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma addressing Sierra Leone House of Parliament at State Opening of the 3rd session of the fourth Parliament of the second Republic of Sierra Leone. MR. SPEAKER, MR. VICE PRESIDENT, MY LADY THE CHIEF JUSTICE, MINISTERS OF

  Scientist says WHO took too long to deal with Ebola  Calls American approach to Ebola ‘an epidemic of hysteria’ On Saturday’s episode of Talk to Al Jazeera, Belgian microbiologist Peter Piot speaks frankly with presenter Felicity