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Makali Hydro Dam Community call on government for assistance

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya::: The communities around the Makali dam in the Konike Chiefdom, Tonkolili District have urged the government of Sierra Leone to provide them with assistance packages now…

Why Masada Did Not Take Over City Cleaning 1st March 2013

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya::: Those who love to see a clean and safe City of Freetown may have been disappointed by now, seeing that the same filth and dirty stinking…

INTERVIEW: Come March 1st Masada will officially take over waste collection activities in the country

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya::: Managing waste products is a challenging task for many countries on earth. Sierra Leone’s waste collection and management drive has long been metamorphosing from one particular…

WaterAid: 1.5 million more Sierra Leoneans lack access to sanitation than in 1990

The Government of Sierra Leone is failing to keep its promises on funding for sanitation, a new report by the international development charity, Water Aid has revealed.  The report warns…

The Manonkoh-London Mining flooding issue must now be laid to rest …EPA-SL spends more than thirty million Leones to solve the problem as Civil Society continues to incite conflict

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya::::: The flooding issue in the Manonkoh Community which they are presently alleging to have been caused by the London Mining Company is an issue that has…

King Bruno: A chimpanzee’s tale of tragedy and hope

By Mike Shanahan, Press officer, International Institute for Environment and Development On 23 April 2006, Issa Kanu died like no man should. His death was a tragic accident, but it…

Children spend endless time in search of water

By  Abdulai Kargbo, Water and Sanitation Media Network S/L: Water is considered to be the most important resource for sustaining ecosystems, which provide life-supporting services for people, animals, and plants.…

Deforestation at Fourah Bay College Catchment Areas

Deforestation at Fourah Bay College Catchment Areas

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya::::::: First, it was happening at the outskirts of the Fourah Bay College and now it is being seen right inside the University of Sierra Leone. Cutting…

Access to clean and safe water is a big problem for rural communities in the North

Access to clean and safe water is a big problem for rural communities in the North

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya: It is the end of the rainy season and the soil keeps drying and water losing on it. This is marking the start of the struggle…

Humanitarian Settlement: London Mining provides assistance for Manonkoh Community

…1750 farming tools, 210 bags of rice, 500 bushels of rice By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The dispute between the London Mining Company and the Manonkoh community has come to an…