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Living is a fire. By Ben Okri, Nigeria. Living is a Fire. Living is a cross. That any one of the rock-faces. Comprehends. We are drawn. To many seas. We drown wholesomely. In the failures of confrontation. The rain. Drenching. Our doorsteps. Has nothing to do. With the simplest desires. And lacerations. We bring. To the smallest acts. Of living. The child. On the broken catwalk. Hearing the sounds of our hunger. Without understanding. Throws echoes back. To the earliest abandonments. Of (...). -
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes the European Union (EU) contribution of €1.5 million (equivalent to about M24 million) in humanitarian support, enabling WFP to expand ongoing emergency drought assistance to an additional 22,100 people on top of the 77,880 people that are already receiving assistance. "The situation in Lesotho is very worrying.
Reinforcing the anti-corruption war in the education sector: The role of tertiary institutions (students and administration) in the fight against corruption. A public lecture delivered by Francis Ben Kaifala, the Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone at the University of Makeni on 17th February 2020. Introductory Courtesies. All Protocols Observed, Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen. I stand here today, humbled by the task to lead the national campaign against (...). -
By Yusuf Keketoma Sandi. First published: 11/07/2013. If you are a Christian, you may have come across Proverbs 18:22 which says “He who finds a wife, finds a good thing and obtains favour of the Lord.”. If you are a Muslim, you may have come across Qur'an 30:21 where Allah says “And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquillity with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those (...). -
His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has heartily welcomed the nearly 700 excursionists from over 80 countries, in 210 cars, 52 motorbikes, and 20 trucks and buses at the conclusion of the ‘Budapest to Bamako Rally' that ended in the Sierra Leonean capital. "We note that through your curiosity of the unknown, you have identified with causes that we care about too.
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, last Thursday concluded a successful visit to Senegal. The visit focused on deepening our two countries' already strong ties through trade and investment, and advancing shared priorities like democracy and governance, gender equality, and fighting climate change. Both Canada and Senegal will benefit from a stronger relationship. Senegal's young and growing population, and economic leadership in the region, makes them a natural partner to create more jobs (...). -
Sierra Leone's first resident Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey, Mohamed Hassan Kaisamba, has taken leave of His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio to officially take up his duties in the transcontinental Eurasian country with the world's 13th largest economy. Turkish-Sierra Leonean relations were established in 1971.
The First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – the second most senior official there – has ended a three-day visit to Sierra Leone. David Lipton's visit comes at a time when the country is struggling to create jobs, stabilise the currency and fund its ambitious programmes. He spoke to Umaru Fofana (of the BBC). Umaru Fofana: Why are you in Sierra Leone? David Lipton: We have a program of economic support for Sierra Leone and I wanted to come learn more about (...). -
Contributed. The week of January 17 through February 23rd. was scheduled to do a follow-up sustainability inspection tour of the nine-year EWB Project at Centennial School in Mattru Jong, Bonthe District. The EWB team toured the area to inspect technical challenges. Tom Power and Chiara Dooley also went to Centennial and gave them soccer uniforms. The EWB Mission is to partner with developing communities, implement sustainable engineering solutions to improve Quality of Life, and Promote (...). -. /
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF), out doored a new project in support of Ghana's efforts to promote a circular economy in the plastic waste management sector. The implementation of the "Plastic Waste Recovery for a Circular Green Economy" project will be linked to the ‘Waste Recovery Platform', which is connecting key stakeholders in the waste management value chain to promote waste recovery in Ghana. The new project is expected to provide (...). -
Contributed. From the shadows of his dark corner since his meteoric fall in the 2018 elections in which he got nothing more than 6% approval rating by the voting public in Sierra Leone, Honourable Dr. Kandeh Yumkella (photo) is fast showing us that he is an over-exaggerated political figure of no consequence when left on his own. The National Grand Coalition ( a misnomer in itself because we don't know who they coalesced with), is a party swerving towards the precipice of another fall that (...). -
Understanding Africa's urban geography is a top priority New Sahel West Africa Club/ Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (SWAC/OECD) report. The report highlights the existence of thousands of urban agglomerations that are not recorded in official statistics, in areas generally considered rural. Fuelled by rapid population growth Africa is experiencing the fastest urban growth anywhere in the world: the continent's population is projected to double between now and 2050 and (...). -
His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio last Saturday joined the ‘African Leaders for Nutrition High-Level Dinner' on the margins of the thirty-third Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union (AU) to commit to the efforts of ending malnutrition on the continent. The initiative, led by current and former African leaders, was endorsed by the AU Assembly in January last year and aims to influence and generate innovative investments towards nutrition and food security that will (...). -. /
Edie P Vandy - on behalf of the SLPPNA Communication's Committee Email: ediepauljoseph@yahoo.com Tel: 919-923-4764. In the era of artificial intelligence, innovation and big data, Sierra Leone has a technology savvy president at state house with eyes set on technology as tool to transform the country and deliver basic services to the citizenry.
GEF and UNDP improving Adaptive Capacity to Water Resources in Sierra Leone “Before this time, women and children would trek one and half miles to fetch water from the river for drinking and other domestic purposes. We had difficulties fetching water. But now, we are not suffering… And the water which we now fetch from the newly constructed UNDP supported borehole facility is good for drinking purpose and has no problem”. Osman S. Turay (photo) is a resident and Secretary to the Water, (...). -
Commentary. Presidential trips abroad are essential for foreign investment. By Santigie Momoh, Freetown, Sierra Leone. President Bio is being criticized by some members of the opposition who accuse him of too much travelling abroad. They often come up with nightmarish sums of money they cannot justify or explain. The most recent accusation came from Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray (photo), a low-level political party leader who said the president and his team have spent about 30 billion Leones (...). -
Opinion. Democracy at crossroads in the heartlands By J Boima Rogers, Oxford, UK 31st January 2020 was a momentous day on both sides of the pond (Atlantic Ocean). Brexit happened and the United States (US) Senate, controlled by Trump's Republican party, voted that no witnesses or additional documents were needed for President Trumps his trial by that body following his impeachment by the US house of representative, controlled by Democrats; subsequently, on Wednesday, 5th (...). -
His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has Wednesday concluded another important meeting at the Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town, officially initiating engagements with 10 highly technical experts, legislators and mines development financiers in South Africa. In the company of Minister of Mines and Minerals Resources, Foday Rado Yokie and Director-General of National Minerals Agency, Julius Mattai, the President referenced the many mentions of technology in mining and disclosed that (...). -. /
Commentary. By Dr. Sama Banya, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Andrew Keilie is an accomplished gentleman, a very qualified and down to earth Engineer by profession. He is well educated, knowledgeable and a prolific writer. He speaks and writes impeccable English. He has two other attributes, namely he is a politician through and through and also happens to be my nephew. His grandfather the late Paramount Chief Bai Coomber of Mandu chiefdom in the Kailahun district and my grandfather the Kissi (...). -
At the invitation of the Special Representative of the SecretaryGeneral and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), Mohamed Ibn Chambas, the Heads of the United Nations Missions in West Africa held their 35th High-level Meeting on 04 February 2020 in Dakar, Senegal. The objective was to strengthen coordination in order to enhance synergies to address common challenges facing the West African and Sahel regions.

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