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UN appeals for more help to Support Sierra Leone’s Ebola response

Press Release Freetown, 18 August 2014: The United Nations in Sierra Leone has said today that an additional $18.13 million is needed to bolster the Government of Sierra Leone’s efforts in halting … [Read More]

This is Vandy - Ebola survivor in Sierra Leone

Ebola in Sierra Leone: The Joy of Survivors

  I travelled upcountry last week to one of the worst affected areas of Sierra Leone – Kenema. When you arrive in the town, there’s a feeling that Ebola has settled in with no plans to … [Read More]


Introducing the Concept of Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting in Sierra Leone

Last month (June 2014) UN Women and the Organization for Inclusive Development (OFID) partnered with UNFPA and the Ministries of Local Government and Finance to deliver training on Gender Responsive … [Read More]

UNICEF Sierra Leone Update April - June 2014

UNICEF Sierra Leone Update: April – June 2014

Now you can read the new UNICEF Sierra Leone Update April - June 2014 ! Inside this edition: 1)  UNICEF works to protect the community against Ebola 2)  Nationwide distribution of insecticide … [Read More]


Capturing Women’s Voices for Sierra Leone’s Constitutional Review

“It eats us up and makes our bodies to become sickly” said Baindu Momoh of Tailai Village, Nongowa Chiefdom in the Kenema District, describing the injustices women go through every day in their lives. … [Read More]

@UNICEF 2014

Day of the African Child: Strengthening Education in Sierra Leone

Today is the Day of the African Child. By 2050, 1 out of 3 children in the world will be African, but right now Africa’s children face enormous challenges getting quality education. The world’s future … [Read More]

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