Sierra Leone President Dr Julius Maada Bio has met with the Crown Prince of Emirates, His Highness Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in Abu Dhabi where he called for support to Sierra Leone’s development process.
President Julius Maada Bio has met with the Chairman of Elite Agro, Sultan Alshamsi, to discuss possible
ways of investing in food cultivation in Sierra Leone.
Outgoing Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana and Sierra Leone, Dr Heather Cameron, who is based in Accra, has bid farewell to His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio.
Exclusive interview with Lucy Gondor: “There’s still a long way to go for the ordinary women of Sierra Leone”
I can proudly say that the status of women in Kailahun District has improved a lot, thanks to our collective effort as women and other stakeholders, and the invaluable support of SEND Sierra Leone and their partners Christian Aid and Irish Aid.
Cash crop farmers in Sierra Leone have been suffering for long with nothing to show for their years and years of labor on their farms as they continue to depend on old methods of farming.
In the suburbs of Kailahun District, Eastern Sierra Leone, people of all ages and titles, including from the surrounding villages, trooped in small groups to the community barray (hall) at Ngolahun village, Peje Bongre chiefdom, for what seemed to be a very important meeting.
Chief Innovation Officer engages Cabinet on the Fourth Industrial Revolution to improve policy and governance
The Chief Innovation Officer in the Office of the President, Dr David Moinina Sengeh, has engaged His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio and his entire cabinet on the fourth industrial revolution, also known as 4IR.