Addressing Principal, Staff, Parents, Pupils and Teachers of the St. Joseph’s Convent Secondary School in Freetown about plans put in place by the Ministry of Health, Transport and Aviation, Education, Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, Local Government Water Resources… Read More ›
We are a state party to the CEDAW and have so far fulfilled our reporting obligation by submitting six (6) periodic reports to the CEDAW Committee;
We have adopted a National Action Plan on UN Security Council resolutions 1325 and 1820 as a show of commitment to address the impact of war on women, encourage women’s contribution to conflict resolution and sustainable peace, as well as to address the issue of Gender Based Violence; and
We have updated our reports to the African Union on the AU Heads of State Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality in Africa.
RSCSL President Justice Philip Nyamu Waki has granted an application by convicted former Civil Defence Forces Director of War Moinina Fofana for Conditional Early Release, but only after Fofana has served six more months in prison. During these six months,… Read More ›
By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk) Marking International Women’s Day the women of Kailahun released a position paper calling for urgent intervention in the livelihood and health and economic well-being of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) survivors and affected families in… Read More ›
Vice President Alhaji Abubakarr Sidique Sam-Sumana has described allegations against him contained in a last Friday ruling by his party’s National Advisory Council (NAC) to expel him from the All Peoples Congress (APC) as false and deliberately propagated by his… Read More ›
By State House Communications Unit As efforts are being intensified to ending the receding Ebola virus disease, President Ernest Bai Koroma Wednesday 11 March stated that government is now focused on getting to zero new infection. He made this statement… Read More ›