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YMCA holds conference for inclusive approach towards urban planning

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya  As a means of ensuring that people living in the urban areas live in a decent and comfortable settlement, the Young Christian Men Association thrsough their…

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

By Queen Love As a survivor and a human right advocate on abusive issues, I know for sure that the universe did not create itself and nobody showed up here…

Fighting climate change & inequalities to progress in Africa’s Development.

Steady advances in human development in sub-Saharan Africa could stall and even reverse unless bold steps are taken to reduce environmental risks and inequalities in the region and around the…

Sierra Leone gets environmental education books

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya As issues of the environment are fast becoming issues of concern to the international community and the government of Sierra Leone, more attention is given to…

Tribute to a journalism colleaque: the late Samuel Joseph Ebenezer Metzger

BY BERNADETTE COLE Several journalists had always wanted to sit with Sam Metzger in the twilight of his life to record his memoirs for posterity. One of them, Winston Ojukutu-Macauley…

Sierra Leone celebrates international year of forests through WAPFOR support

…with a theme “forests for life” By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The importance of the forests in the international community and Sierra Leone is being recognized on a daily basis in…

WAPFOR trains Women Farmers around the Peninsular Forest on rural water technologies

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The time has come to show that not only men in the country can do hard work but women as well in the society. Through the…

Bad weather disrupts UNEP environmental helicopter tour in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya What has been anticipated as a good environmental helicopter tour in the country has been totally disrupted by bad weather yesterday Wednesday 21st September 2011. The…

As WAPFOR issues first aid kits to forest guards Military assistance help protect the Peninsular Forest Reserve

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya This writer has been keep saying this to the stakeholders that military assistance and support is needed in other to help protect the Western Area Peninsular…

REGULATING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF OFFSHORE E&P ACTIVITIES IN THE GULF OF GUINEA

By Ibrahim Sorie Koroma +232-33444926/+23276393111. ibrahimsko@yahoo.com The author is an Investment Negotiator and Legal Practitioner in Sierra Leone. He also holds an LLM in Natural Resources Law & Policy advising…