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Ishmael Alfred Charles of Caritas Freetown selected amongst 50 Influential Sierra Leoneans

 By Mohamed Konneh On Friday night 1st June 2018, Ishmael Alfred Charles was honored by a group of young and innovative Sierra Leoneans headed by Chief Alex Nallo Jr. in…

A brief look at the Credentials and Experiences of the new Executive Chairperson of the Environment Protection Agency

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Dr. Foday Moriba Jaward is the new proposed Executive Chairperson of the Environment Protection Agency of Sierra Leone. Yesterday 4th June 2017, he has already presented…

Proactive measures by Government Officials could have saved Victims at the Regent Mudslide

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya It was in the early morning hours when most of residents in the Matormeh Community were still fast asleep when the tragic incident of mudslide and…

US$9.5 Million Grant for School of Midwifery

By Mohamed Konneh For the next five years the Sierra Leone school of midwifery will benefits from a US$ 9.5 Million grant from the Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA),…

SLTU pays courtesy call on Education Minister

By Mustapha Sesay  A high powered delegation of the Sierra Leone Teachers Union Executive led by their president Alhaji Mohamed S Bangura on Wednesday16th May 2018 paid a courtesy call…

$300 Million spent on Electricity Development: Former Energy Minister reveals

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo One of the most successful entities in the erstwhile APC led political administration headed by ex-President Ernest Bai Koroma is the Ministry of Energy. Under the…

LE 74 Million BRIBE TO KILL CORRUPTION CASE: 5 CIVIL SOCEITY MEMBERS SENTENCED IN BO

BY PAT KAWA IN BO Five Civil Society members who were on corruption trial at the Bo High Court presided over Justice Kekura Bangura were on Friday 13th October 2017…

An open letter to President Bio: Please keep plunderers out of our endangered forests for good

Across towns, villages and chiefdoms, people are becoming aware of the existential threat of our country’s vulnerability to climate change due largely to unrestrained exploitation of our natural resources. And…

Relegating the Environment Protection Agency to the Lands Ministry may cripple its efficiency and credibility to the International Community

Relegating the Environment Protection Agency to the Lands Ministry may cripple its efficiency and credibility to the International Community

Leaving it to operate under the direct supervision of the President or the Chief Minister as it used to be under the Chief of Staff at State house will further…

Gender Models in Rural Communities help Unite Families in Kenema

The Social Enterprise Mobilization for Development in Sierra Leone (SEND-SL) is a local nongovernmental organization that operates in the Kenema, Kailahun and now projecting in the Western Areas. For years,…