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HEAD OF ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AGENCY IN SIERRA LEONE HONORED WITH OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Within a relatively short period of its existence, the EPA boss has set the Agency on a trajectory that is aligned with the objectives of both the Agenda for Change…

Sierra Leone-Illegal fishing putting locals out of business

By Alpha Kamara The Rogbaneh road cold room in Makeni, a formerly buzzing market in the heart of Sierra Leone stands empty. The fish that are available in the stalls…

Regent Village could be prone to more slides…urgent action!

By Salifu Conteh The lush forested area of Regent Village began disappearing four years after the end of the civil conflict. One would imagine the post-conflict reconstruction phase to be…

Building Community Voices around Responsible Land Governance: ALLAT Members benefit from Citizen Journalism training in Port Loko

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Multinational land investment keeps heightens in the country. Building Community Voices around Responsible Land Governance in Sierra Leone is the only option that will enhance fullest…

World Bank, U.S., EU Call for More Aggressive Action Against Illegal Fishing and Other Crimes at Sea

World Bank, U.S., EU Call for More Aggressive Action Against Illegal Fishing and Other Crimes at Sea

At the invitation of the Joint Operations Center (JOC) in Murray Town, officials from Sierra Leone Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) responsible for maritime affairs and fisheries today joined the…

Sierra Leone make progress report in Energy revolution initiative

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The Government of Sierra Leone has on the 28th October provided an update on the progress of its Energy Revolution initiative to supply basic power to…

Morocco promises to finish construction of COP22 venue by mid October deadline

On the time of our visit here at the Bab Ighli site in Marrakesh, civil works were going on aside and construction workers were busy fixing the furniture and fittings.…

Civil Society Groups write President Koroma over recent dealings in Sahn Malen during Inauguration of Socfin Oil Meal 

Letter to the Editor  Dear Mr. President, CONCERN OVER RECENT OVERTURES IN SAHN MALEN AT THE INAUGURATION OF THE SOCFIN OIL MEAL We write first and foremost as citizens of…

Taking as much as we need: Why climate change matters?

Taking as much as we need, and no more: Why climate change matters? Climate change, why fear? Abu-Bakar S. Massaquoi The rate of environmental change in Sierra Leone is concerning.…

Sustainable Environment/Green Scenery & ALLAT expose Rural representatives in Pujehuhun on the Voluntary Guidelines, Governance of Land and fisheries Rights

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The Sustainable Environmental & Development Action (SEDA) in collaboration with Green Scenery and Action for Large-scale Land Acquisition Transparency (ALLAT) with funding from the Food and…

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