Sierra Leone’s Minister of Agriculture, Joseph Ndanema, has acknowledged with optimism the role Solidaridad is playing through its contribution towards realizing the vision of President Julius Maada Bio to make agriculture the engine to drive the country’s socio-economic growth and development through commercialization and promotion of private investment in the sector.
160 personnel of the Sierra Leone police who served under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) in Juba Land State Somalia are presently struggling without pay after they returned home.
The National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) has launched its maiden 1st Quarter Price Norm for 2019.
Born some 25 years ago in Cassell Farm, Kissy, Freetown and raised by a single parent (her mother), it was not until at age nine that she was diagnosed with sickle cell.
The public statement by Sierra Leone minister of Basic and Secondary Education, Alpha Timbo, that women sometimes are responsible when raped is a deliberate act by the minister to cast aspersion on women’s stories of rape in the country.
Acceptance and support from communities and families appear to lessen the toll of mental health conditions experienced by former child soldiers transitioning to early adulthood, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.
Society for Democratic Initiative (SDI) has said the restriction on the freedom of association creates a chilling effect on people and limits their ability to exercise their Right to freedom of peaceful assembly. There is a justifiable culture of fear in Sierra Leone because people know that if they come out to protest.