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Amadu Kamara,Crisis Manager of Ebola in Sierra Leone

UN stresses the need for Ebola surveillance in border towns

By Kingsley Ighobor Representatives of the governments of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire today began meeting in Freetown, Sierra Leone, under the umbrella of the Mano River Union, a sub-regional political grouping comprising the four countries, to agree on methods to control and …

Dr. Kelfala Marah

An Inter-agency Kicks off Ebola Recovery Assessment in Sierra Leone

Press Release  An inter-agency team has begun an Ebola Recovery Assessment (ERA) mission in Sierra Leone as part of international efforts to partner with Governments to address the impacts of the EVD crisis in the affected countries. The principal aim of the mission is to …

Ebola Fight and the Social Media

Ebola Fight and the Social Media

By M.B. Jalloh : Press Attaché, Saudi Arabia The outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the Mano River Union (MRU) countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone is not only a regional threat but also a global threat. The global response to the …

Suggestions on tackling post Ebola challenges

Suggestions on tackling post Ebola challenges

John Baimba Sesay-China Whatever has a beginning has an end.  For a decade, Sierra Leone experienced one of the most horrendous of civil wars in the sub region. It ultimate end came with the question of how to tackle the post war effects like; a …

Rattled But We Shall Not Fall

Rattled But We Shall Not Fall

John Baimba Sesay-China   The year 2014 was an extremely tumultuous one for Sierra Leone’s development roadmap. This is so, due to the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, and the unpleasant effects it brought.  From the economic front, the virus, to our efforts towards post …

Long-awaited Victory as Shell finally pays out £55 million over Niger Delta oil spills

Long-awaited Victory as Shell finally pays out £55 million over Niger Delta oil spills

Amnesty International Oil giant Shell’s long-overdue compensation pay out to a community devastated by oil spills in the Niger Delta is an important victory for the victims of corporate negligence, said Amnesty International and the Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development today. Six years …

Academic Consultants Engaged for Police Academy

Academic Consultants Engaged for Police Academy

SLP Communications Unit The Sierra Leone Police has signed a contract with a team of academics to provide curriculum development and course work planning for the proposed Sierra Leone Law Enforcement Academy. The team headed by Professor Ekundayo Thompson and Professor Sahr Thomas Gbamanja come …