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June 26, 2013
Adventures in Sierra Leone
It might have been a box-office hit, but Leo di Caprio’s Blood Diamonds cut a deep scar on Sierra Leone’s international reputation. The savage civil war ended 10 years ago and the country is still associated with unethical diamond mining and child soldiers.As a result, tourists have stayed away – last year the country had...
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Adventures in Sierra Leone
It might have been a box-office hit, but Leo di Caprio’s Blood Diamonds cut a deep scar on Sierra Leone’s international reputation. The savage civil war ended 10 years ago and the country is still associated with unethical diamond mining and child soldiers.As a result, tourists have stayed away – last year the country had...
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The Sierra Freetown Lions Club was over the weekend re-activated during a ceremony held at the Sierra Light House Hotel at Aberdeen by its members in the country with the aim to serve communities. Lions International Club is the world largest humanitarian service club organization.Speaking at the official launching ceremony, President of the Sierra Freetown...
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The Sierra Freetown Lions Club was over the weekend re-activated during a ceremony held at the Sierra Light House Hotel at Aberdeen by its members in the country with the aim to serve communities.
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UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH) project implemented by Hope-Sierra Leone in Bombali Shebora Chiefdom, has resulted to the construction of twenty latrines in schools situated in ten communities to address the issue of open defecation, in a bid to curb poor hygiene in the chiefdom. Past week, a consortium of five NGOs working as...
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UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH) project implemented by Hope-Sierra Leone in Bombali Shebora Chiefdom, has resulted to the construction of twenty latrines in schools situated in ten communities to address the issue of open defecation, in a bid to curb poor hygiene in the chiefdom.
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