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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…

Exploring the community level impact of paralegals in rural Sierra Leone

By Sonkita Conteh Esq. Introduction A previous article by the author explored the work and impact of community-based paralegals in the lives of ordinary people in rural areas, through the…

Teachers along the Western Area Peninsular forest reserve receive training on environmental education

By Samuel Bassie It is now apparently becoming crystal clear that the Western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve project is not only focusing their attention to the community people who are…

Charcoal burners, stone miners & wood cutters benefit from alternative livelihood trainings in Malama to protect the forest

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The value of the Western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve and its watershed is not only known as a vital source of living and other related vital…

Cultural display at the Western Area Peninsular as Community people performed to bury the dead

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya I can still remember my childhood days in Northern Sierra Leone where traditional activities and cultural performances are displayed on a daily basis at night during…

More political will needed for implementing the Western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve project

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Political will is needed in other to be able to implement the Western Area Peninsular Forest Reserve project but this remains a particular challenge for Sierra…

Late President Siaka Stevens’s Aid blasts APC for ungratefulness

Filled with disillusionment and dejection he least expected to have occurred to him after serving both the former President and Leader of the All Peoples Congress Party (APC), the late…