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WATER POLLUTION IN KALEYA RIVER: A THREAT TO THE PEOPLE OF CHIEF MWANACHINGWA

WATER POLLUTION IN KALEYA RIVER: A THREAT TO THE PEOPLE OF CHIEF MWANACHINGWA

BY: REUBEN HAMBULO. The Kaleya river situated about 10 kilometers South of Mazabuka town, with its genesis in Chikanka District meanders from upper Kaleya before giving birth to a squatter…

Socfin in Sierra Leone: Anger and broken hopes in Sahn Malen

In 2011, the Palm plantation management company, Socfin opened a new palm oil plantation in Malen, in south east Sierra Leone. The subsequent eight years have seen a grave property…

The Sierra Leone National Adaptation Plan Framework: An assiduous efforts by the Environment Protection Agency and Partners

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Framework for Sierra Leone has been developed and a comprehensive report produced by both the local and international Consultants of the…

“Although they are doing well with employment Socfin needs to engage with the Community People in Sahn Malen” to address grievances and challenges

“Although they are doing well with employment Socfin needs to engage with the Community People in Sahn Malen” to address grievances and challenges“ …Vice President Juldeh Jalloh says  By Ishmael…

A future of surprises: Why addressing Climate Change matters in Sierra Leone

A future of surprises: Why addressing Climate Change matters in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya: Yealiboya Island is situated along the North-West of Sierra Leone. According to Pa Hassan Sesay, the Community is comprised of about 1000…

How not to conduct Large-scale Agricultural Investments: Lessons from the Malen/Socfin Land dispute in Sierra Leone

By Sonkita Conteh, Director, Namati Sierra Leone Background The website of Socfin Agriculture Company Ltd (SAC) paints a picture of turbulence. A series of posts stretching as far back as…

FAO/Government unveil mapping initiative in Port Loko in an effort to Protect Women’s Customary Land Rights in Sierra Leone

 By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Three villages of the North-Western region in Port Loko district have recently validated their village maps showing land plots and their sizes of all land-owning families.…

The Blame Game and the Usual Criminalization of Green Scenery Starts Again: But how safe are Sierra Leoneans at the Hands of Transnational Corporations?

The Blame Game and the Usual Criminalization of Green Scenery Starts Again: But how safe are Sierra Leoneans at the Hands of Transnational Corporations?

By Joseph Rahall One thing I have learnt in Sierra Leone in all of my active years is the fact that you should not be straight, when you are, you…

As Media calls for Government Protection of Socfin: An Independent Writer reports on his findings in Malen Chiefdom and asked of whether citizens are worthy of Government Protection?

By John Adune Last Week, I browsed through a number of local Sierra Leonean Newspapers.  One Common theme ran through all the stories; that story focused on SOCFIN, an agricultural…

Equality Now ends Media Training

Equality Now ends Media Training

….what next for our Girl Child By Mustapha Sesay ‘Equality Now’ an International Non Governmental Organisation working on Ending Sexual Violence/ Justice for Girls has ended a workshop with the…

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