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May 2020

Kaningo community is one of the most undeveloped, deprived and neglected communities in the West of Freetown. On the 14th of August 2017, this community was badly affected by the mudslide, landslide and flooding which led to the total collapse

The Religious Leaders Taskforce on Prevention and Control of Covid-19 has made a mass donation to vulnerable groups in Freetown. The taskforce which comprises both Muslim and Christian denominations donated 25Kg Rice (OAU Butter brand), Veronica Bucket, Bata Palm

State House, Freetown, Friday 22 May 2020 - His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has held a virtual meeting at State House with development partners in Sierra Leone as part of his continued engagement with critical stakeholders

The new coronavirus  pandemic is not  only wreaking destruction on public health and global economy but disrupting democracy and governance worldwide. It has hit at a time when democracy was already under threat in many places, and it risks

£20 million to help African response to coronavirusSupport to help train African health experts to tackle pandemic in Africa The UK will invest up to £20 million in the African Union’s new ‘African Union Covid19 Response Fund’ to

The internet was seen as the best thing to happen to mankind since slice bread. That notion has become increasingly so, since social media got in the mix. No need to catalogue the value of the internet in

In a bid to help cushion the health and economic impact of COVID-19 in the environment and sector where Masada operates, the Management of the Masada has donated food items and boxes of approved N95 disposable face masks

The Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCE&T) polytechnic, in collaboration with the Ministry of Technical and Higher Education, on Friday 22nd May 2020 launched its electronic learning platform (e-learning) at the Great Hall of the college’s Goderich