27 APRIL, 2015 ¦ BANGUI – A drastic shortage in funding is jeopardizing free access to health care services being provided by the World Health Organization and partners in the Central African Republic for hundreds of thousands of people. The… Read More ›
John Baimba Sesay-Freetown On behalf of His Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma who is Minister of Defence and Commander in Chief of the Sierra Leone Armed Forces(RSLAF),Vice President Victor Bockarie Foh informed the Republic of Sierra Leone Amed Forces that… Read More ›
News release 2 APRIL 2015 | GENEVA – New data on the harm caused by foodborne illnesses underscore the global threats posed by unsafe foods, and the need for coordinated, cross-border action across the entire food supply chain, according to… Read More ›
The people of Sierra Leone should no longer allow few individuals to deny them such critical services but should complement Government’s efforts in ensuring their protection for sustainability in public transport service.
“There’s been a downturn in economic activity and that hurts Sierra Leone very much. But as the number of Ebola cases is coming down, the country needs to rebound,” says Carol Litwil, Senior Energy Specialist for the World Bank.
Kailahun, Mar. 30, 015 (MOHS) – The Kailahun Government Hospital is to benefit from a 100 Beds Paediartric and Maternity Project worth $1. 1 Million U S Dollars. Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1, Mr. Foday Sawi Turning the Sod… Read More ›
Ambassador Stevens said Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea are facing serious setbacks as a result of the deadly outbreak