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June 2014

AMISOM Gender Unit today held a sensitization workshop for senior officers drawn from AMISOM military and police component on good practices in preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. The CEDAW Convention addresses this specific form of violence

In a bid to strengthen the production of pure and safe drinking water, the Sierra Leone Standards Bureau (SLSB) has stepped up standards for quality packaged water production in the country which every water manufacturing

The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma who also doubles as the Reviewing Officer and Commander in Chief of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) has

The District Traffic Officer (DTO) ASP Abdul Moijueh, has disclosed to Sierra Express Media that the 'A' divisional headquarter together with other colleagues have impound over 300 motor bikes within the Central Business District since

The ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) on Saturday 23rd May schooled media practitioners on the state of Ebola in the sub- region. The director of information, MOHS Mr. Cedi Yaya Tunis stated that since the

Milla Group (SL) House of Plastics of 2 Bai Bureh Road, Fisher Lane, Kissy, Freetown has bigger water tanks. made in Sierra Leone, available now!  Check out flyer below for further information.  

Lunsar – (30 May 2014) – London Mining is happy to announce that, this month, it took on six new graduates of the University of Sierra Leone’s Fourah Bay College as interns at their iron ore mining

Freetown, May 30, 014 (SLENA) - The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has acquainted both government and private hospitals in the Western Area to operationalize its action response plan on the Ebola disease. Addressing a meeting

This year’s summit of the African Union (AU) which turned 50 in 2013, followed an intensive round of planning for the next 50 years. The summit, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, was just opening as Ms.

The A g. National President of the Kids Advocacy Network  Sierra Leone Chernor J Bah (in photo) who is also a pupil of Princes of Wales Senior Secondary School has stated that his organization, the

FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE – Critical care nurses make the difference between life and death for a critically ill or injured patient. For the first time in Sierra Leone, nurses participated in a seven-week course offered

My last visit to State House was not one I care to remember.  The then minister of Information and Communication, himself a former journalist, and the erstwhile President of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists

Nnimmo Bassey, an award-winning environmentalist, is one of Africa’s leading campaigners, particularly for his work in Nigeria’s oil-rich Niger Delta region. Mr. Bassey was a human rights advocate in the 1980s. He was imprisoned many

Freetown, May 30, 014 (SLENA) - The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has Confirmed 14 cases of Ebola and four deaths as of May 29, 2014. Making the disclosure at the Inter-Ministerial committee on Ebola meeting

FREETOWN – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has welcomed a contribution of US$1.2 million from the Government of Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to support smallholder farmers in the Port Loko