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FARMING AND ACCESS TO FINANCE AS A MEANS TO SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS
5th June,2021

The plight of vulnerable widows and single mothers in Sierra Leone worsened as the COVID-19 pandemic caused community and national lockdowns which brought to an abrupt halt any form of livelihood and income generating activities these women were engaged in.

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EMPOWERING YOUNG WOMEN TO MAKE A CHANGE
5th June,2021

Sia Hulia Posuwaa like many other young Sierra Leonean women had to drop out of school due to their family’s inability to pay school expenses and support the family by engaging in some trade.

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GAINING POLITICAL LEADERSHIP THROUGH THE VILLAGE SAVINGS AND LOANS SCHEME
6th June,2021

Growing up, Rose Marie Fatorma saw her once vibrant hometown of Tongo experience the effects in the decline of diamond mining as absentee fathers,poverty and conflict ravaged through households leaving mothers who were heavily dependent on their spouses with nothing.

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THE VSLA IS A TOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
7th June,2021

The year 2019 would prove to be not only be a daunting year for Muediatu M Manyeh but also a year where she would be free.

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BREAKING BARRIERS: AN ECHELON TO SUCCESS
7th June,2021

Mariama Kalokoh, called "Power Saw," born in Tongo Bomi, Niawa region, Lower Bambara chiefdom is well known for being a vivacious young lady who is inspired to empower women and communities to become self-reliant.

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Changing gender roles in cocoa-growing communities
11th March,2021

Musu Boima is proud to be a role model for greater gender equity in her household following her family’s participation in Gender Model Family training.

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Changing Lives Through The SBD
11th September,2020

Momoh Bawoh and his wife Fatamata Bawoh are beneficiaries of the LANN+ project residing in Mendekellema, a small community in Gaura Chiefdom (Kenema District).

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Hawa Ansumana – Baiima
16th July,2020

Hawa is a 29 years old student of the Bunumbu Teachers College pursuing Teaching Certificate. She is very industrious and is involved in various activities. She is a farmer, a volunteer community teacher and a student.

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Baindu Gbessay-Mamboma
16th July,2020

Mamboma is a community in ward 27, Constituency 010 in Peje Bongre chiefdom about 8 miles from the chiefdom headquarter town, Manowa.

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Amie Sao- Baiima
15th July,2020

“The health insurance box that was brought by SEND Sierra Leone with support from Irish Aid and Christian Aid has been so much impactful to me”, exclaimed Amie Sao a farmer in Baiima community, Mandu chiefdom, Kailahun district.

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Funkia community
15th July,2020

The women of Funkia community are not in any way an exception to these problems. Funkia is found within the Goderich community around the peninsula of Western Rural District.

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Seibatu Keifala- Ngolahun
15th July,2020

The sun had set when we visited Seibatu Keifala who was seated in front of her house with her mother and children having a conversation.

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NYANDEHUN COMMUNITY
14th July,2020

Nyandehun, with a population of 1500 inhabitants is among the eleven communities located in the Sandaru section of Gaura chiefdom located in the Kenema District.

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Jamaica community
14th July,2020

Jamaica is a coastal community whose inhabitants are mainly involved in seasonal fishing and subsistence agriculture.

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Transforming lives!
Improving communities.
14th July,2020

Bomplake is a coastal community found in the Ngonoh section of the Sherbro island in Southern Sierra Leone.

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GENERATING INCOME THROUGH AGRICULTURE IN MAMBOMA COMMUNITY IN KAILAHUN DISTRICT
17th June,2020

Agriculture is a significant venture for most rural areas, especially in Africa. According to USAID, over 60% of Sierra Leone’s labour force is engaged in subsistence farming and women make up about 75% of this population.

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COMMENTARY ON BONTHE
MONITORING VISITS
2nd June,2020

According to UNICEF (Joint Monitoring Programme), 3 in 10 people worldwide lack access to safe readily available water at home while 6 in 10 or 4.4 billion people lack safely managed sanitation.

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Project 100 supplementary
COVID-19 response.
30th May,2020

The action plan developed for the use of the funds was centered on ensuring that the local economy in Kenema and surrounding communities.

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Marie Kamara
19th May,2020

The WISE project has instilled pride in all of us. We are a registered group that is recognised legally by the council with the help of SEND Sierra Leone.

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Mariatu James Kabia
22nd May,2020

The business training has helped me solve business challenges and grow my business.

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