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IS SIERRA LEONE A RELIGIOUS STATE?

By S. I. Kamara Today, we are being told irrefutably that black Africans are the first to appear on planet earth as the human beings we know today – Homo…

Healey International Relief Foundation sets stage to help fight Corona Virus in Sierra Leone with three Containers of supplies

Healey International Relief Foundation sets stage to help fight Corona Virus in Sierra Leone with three Containers of supplies

By Mohamed Konneh HealeyIRF has been providing support for a charity health network, consisting of three hospitals and eleven health clinics in Sierra Leone for quite a number of years.…

Journalists Trained on Emergency Risk Communication

Journalists Trained on Emergency Risk Communication

By Mohamed Konneh With support from GIZ the Sierra Leone Public Health Emergency Operation Center (EOC) have concluded training for media practitioners on emergency risk communication during crisis and disease…

Engineers without borders completes WATSAN Solar Project at Centennial Sec. School

Engineers without borders completes WATSAN Solar Project at Centennial Sec. School

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) have completed a 9-year WATSAN SOLAR Projects at Centennial Secondary School in Matru Jong. They are currently working at Mattru Hospital helping the hospital with their…

EVERY SIP AND SEED IN THIS LIFE IS A NEW JOURNEY.

EVERY SIP AND SEED IN THIS LIFE IS A NEW JOURNEY.

By Philip Neville Jr Looking into this natural landscape photo, taken by me in the southern part of china, explains about societal friendliness of a minority ethnic group and area…

Sierra Leone counts losses on illicit timber trade

Sierra Leone counts losses on illicit timber trade

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo Illicit Timber Trade in Sierra Leone not only has adverse effects on the environment, but it is also reportedly causing an economic burden on the government…

Environment Protection Agency and Partners hosts Workshop on the Abdijan Convention and its Protocols

The Environment Protection Agency in collaboration with the Ministry of the Environment, the West African Biodiversity and Climate Change Program and the Abidjan Convention had ended a three-day National Stakeholders…

Chinese philanthropist donates to school pupils

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo Francis Guo is a goodhearted Chinese working in Sierra Leone who recently saw the need to extend humanitarian support to school pupils of the Makorbeh Village…

BEIJING, THE NEW CITY FOR MEDIA

By Philip Neville Junior Holding its 1st ever Belt and Road network, china has facilitated in upgrading their media, communication and technology department, in equipping them with newly state of…

African Journalists explore China’s Development

African Journalists explore China’s Development

By Philip Neville Junior Being part of the president’s bilateral expansion to strengthen it ties worldwide, The People’s Republic of china under the Lead by his Excellency, Xi Xiang Ping,…