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‘Children & young adults vulnerable in road accidents’

‘Children & young adults vulnerable in road accidents’

- Road Safety Authority boss May 14, 2015 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Executive Director of the Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA) has opined that children and young…

Kumala Ebola affected family cries for justice

May 13, 2015  A family of 13 in Kumala village, Nieni Chiefdom in the Koinadugu District are crying out for justice after the only house they called…

Husband calls on compatriots to support pregnant women

May 13, 2015 By Regina Pratt An antenatal registration exercise organized by the Aberdeen Women Center and supported by UNFPA to register pregnant women within the Western…

NaCSA Warns against irregular Migration in Sierra Leone

May 13, 2015 By Abu Bakarr Conteh, Head of NaCSA IEC Unit The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) subscribes to the fact that migration is a…

Ebola: If Liberia can do it, Sierra Leone must do it!

Ebola: If Liberia can do it, Sierra Leone must do it!

May 12, 2015 By Gabriel Benjamin “The world is behind UNMEER, and UNMEER is behind the Ebola affected countries. Together, we will get to zero cases.” –…

Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia must turn Ebola crisis into a blessing in disguise

May 12, 2015 By Zainab Tunkara Clarkson (aka Zee Clarkson) Now that the Ebola virus disease pandemic has stopped spreading, the challenge for the affected nations is…

Over 500 pregnant women receive free antenatal care

May 12, 2015 By Regina Pratt The Aberdeen women’s Centre last Friday registered no fewer than 500 pregnant women for antenatal care, as part of the rejuvenated…

Freetown traffic: an unending nightmare

May 8, 2015 By Samuel Ben Turay Having waited at the Regent motor park for about an hour for a bus to central Freetown, 51-year-old Abu Sesay…

Provincial commuters unhappy with gov’t decision

May 8, 2015 By Regina Pratt Provincial commuters have expressed dissatisfaction over the decision by government to withdraw buses plying provincial routes for the exclusive use of…

IPAM certifies parliamentary staff

May 8, 2015 As part of its staff development policy, the Parliamentary Service Commission, in collaboration with the University of Sierra Leone, has concluded a two-week hands-on…