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BURNING THE BRIDGE OF CORRUPTION IN SIERRA LEONE: THE TIME IS NOW!

February 4, 2019 By: Joel Tejan Deen-Tarawally Esq. It is Joe Biden, former United States Vice President, who once said (and I entirely agree with him) that…

REVIEWING THAT PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATION FRAMEWORK FOR CSOs

January 1, 2019 By: Winstanley. R.Bankole. Johnson A very interesting drama is unfolding between the government and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) over implementation of a proposed Development…

Rural women share experiences in farming, governance

Rural women share experiences in farming, governance

February 1, 2019 By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk) A group of women Councilors from the Eastern Region of Sierra Leone have ended a two-day learning and…

CSOs urged gov’t to probe Sahn Malen killing

CSOs urged gov’t to probe Sahn Malen killing

February 1, 2019 By Hassan Gbassay Koroma Land Rights Defenders- a group of Civil Society Organizations, has called on the government of Sierra Leone to set up…

Delay to appoint Commissioners…

CHRDI questions gov’t willingness to protect and guarantee citizen’s rights January 1, 2019 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Campaign for Human Rights and Development International (CHRDI) has questioned the…

ARE WE REALLY READY TO TACKLE SEXUAL CRIMES?

February 1, 2019 By Francis Gabiddon Barrister – At – Law and Lecturer in International Human Rights Law, Fourah Bay College. The decision by the First Lady…

NMDHR Trains CHW & FMC in Luawa

NMDHR Trains CHW & FMC in Luawa

January 31, 2019 By Emmanuel Okyne Community Health workers and Facility Management Committees in seventeen Peripheral Health Units ( PHUs) in  the Luawa Chiefdom,Kailahun  District, have over…

Sierra Leone makes progress in corruption fight

January 31, 2019 According to the 2018 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) report from Transparency International (TI), a global anti-corruption civil society organization, Sierra Leone had made progress…

No fixed assets register at Central Medical Stores

January 31, 2019 By Ibrahim Tarawallie According to a systems review conducted by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), the Central Medical Store does not maintain a fixed asset…

Students caught selling tramadol, marijuana

Students caught selling tramadol, marijuana

January 31, 2019 By Joseph S. Margai Crime Officer attached to the Lunsar Police Division, Inspector Mohamed N.J. Kewulley, has yesterday  told Concord Times that they were…