In Sierra Leone, women and the girl child suffer from high levels of discrimination and marginalization based on societal stereotypes. SEND Sierra Leone is committed to ensuring that the girl child is able to have access to quality education without limitations. With education programs and projects tailored to empower the girl child, SEND Sierra Leone aims to help many girls achieve their dream of having an education and giving back to their community. With several models and projects running by SEND Sierra Leone, we continue to empower hundreds of women to be self-sufficient and independent of their husbands. This leads to increase livelihood security for their families as the women contribute to the household. We are not only committed to empowering women to be financially independent but also to take positions in governance on the national and local level to promote gender equity.
Strengthening Community Led Accountability to Improve Service Delivery(SABI)
SEND Sierra Leone is a non-governmental organization duly registered in the Republic of Sierra Leone with a vision to contribute to a Sierra Leone where people’s rights and well-being are guaranteed. SEND Sierra Leone is part of a West African structure with a headquarters in Ghana and offices in Liberia and Sierra Leone. SEND Sierra Leone’s portfolio includes community development, WaSH, health, nutrition, agriculture and women's empowerment. Intervention areas are in the districts of Kailahun, Kenema, Kono, Western Areas Urban, and Rural districts and more recently, the district of Bonthe.
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