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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…

ALLAT reviews progress and chat way forward for Land management in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The Action for Largescale Land Acquisition Transparency (ALLAT); a network on land and Climate Change issues in Sierra Leone has organized a two-day review meeting of…

Green Scenery and ALLAT expose Paramount Chiefs on new National Land Policy

Green Scenery and ALLAT expose Paramount Chiefs on new National Land Policy

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The role of Traditional authorities in the administration of land is pivotal in the country. Paramount Chiefs serve as chief custodians of communal land in their…

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…

At ALLAT’s Land Conference: Land Owners and Users urge Government to implement the National Land Policy

At ALLAT’s Land Conference: Land Owners and Users urge Government to implement the National Land Policy

Land Owners and Users have called on the government of Sierra Leone to expedite the implementation of the newly launched land policy and vigorously apply the Voluntary Guidelines on 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…

Rural Women in Koinadugu plant more trees to address Climate Change Impact

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Climate Change is not just a global threat but also a national threat that is set to be affecting many sectors if not collectively addressed. Bearing…

Paramount Chief promises to put a total ban on Charcoal burning to save the environment

Paramount Chief promises to put a total ban on Charcoal burning to save the environment

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Deforestation and Charcoal burning in almost all Chiefdoms across the country is alarming. This practice continues to intensify on a daily basis especially when the demand…

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.…

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