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January 2015

Happy new year to every Sierra Leonean, directly and by proxy. The beginning of a New Year is usually a period that most people let go of the unfulfilled dreams of the year just gone and

Freetown, Jan 5,015 (US Embassy) - Today we participated in the opening of a 20-bed Ebola Treatment Unit in Kontorloh Community Wellington.  (Photo: The Kontorloh Community Ebola Care Unit, Wellington east of Freetown) With USAID’s Office

It is today announced that Philip Cole from Sierra Leone has been named as one of 60 young people from across the Commonwealth who are being recognised as exceptional leaders in their community. These 60

Authorities of the Bonthe District Ebola Response Centre have raised serious concerns over the constraints they are facing with regards to facilities in order to contain the spread of the dangerous Ebola virus to the

The Executive Director of Lifeline Nehemiah Projects at Kuntorloh in Wellington, east of Freetown, has said that their next focus is to offer assistance to children who have been orphaned by the Ebola virus disease. In

GoWoman welcomes you to its first 2015 issue of The GoWoman Digest.  In 2014 we were meant to publish our I Believe In Me print issue and formally introduce the IBIM Campaign with our range of t-shirts but our

As we usher in 2015, I ponder on the current condition of my beloved country of birth Sierra Leone, the land that I love, the one-time envy of Africa, the Athens of West Africa

The Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Addis Ababa on Thursday 8th January 2015 held an Interfaith Prayer Service for Sierra Leone at the Embassy's Chancery. The Interfaith Prayer Service aimed at offering prayers for

Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, the commissioner of the Anti - Corruption Commission in Sierra Leone has received another award from Youth in Action for Prosperity, a nongovernmental and non political organization   for his diligent and conscientious

On 17th December 2014, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning made a referral to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) for an investigation into allegations relating to the theft of the contents of four containers slated

“For me, my passion is what empowers me, and my purpose is why I wrote this book. My passion is to motivate, to empower and to encourage.  This passion encourages, empowers and motivates me to

The Team Leader of the newly opened Ebola Care Centre at the Approved School Field at Lower Kuntorloh in Wellington, east of Freetown, has stated that their organization, Med Air, is an international non Government

Whatever has a beginning has an end.  For a decade, Sierra Leone experienced one of the most horrendous of civil wars in the sub region. It ultimate end came with the question of how to

As the fight against the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) intensifies with World Leaders describing it a global fight, a Sierra Leone Community Leader Policy Analyst in the Office of Premier and Cabinet in the

The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone in May 25, 2014 caused a big set back to the once described fast growing economy in West Africa. Sierra Leone, a country endowed with mineral and agricultural resources,