Monthly Archives: November 2008
Fambul Tok attracts Liberians and Guineans…
“We are here to observe Fambul Tok so that when we return to our communities in Liberia, we will urge our leaders to embark on such program in the interest of peace and reconciliation,” says Amos Moka, a Liberian who … Continue reading
Regent Chief comments on Football for Reconciliation!
Fambul Tok’s Football for Reconciliation galas have kicked off well around Kailahun District. At the recent gala, over 500 hundred people were in attendance and not to mention people from Liberia and Guinea. Below are some pictures from the event: … Continue reading
Current Fambul Tok activities…
Fambul Tok is undertaking several activities in Moyamba and Kailahun District: Kailahun: Community trainings in the other seven Chiefdoms where ceremonies have not taken place. Football for Reconciliation: In encouraging all members of the community to be involved in the … Continue reading
Empowering Moyamba Contact people
Before adventuring in Moyamba District, Fambul Tok staff trained selected local leaders — Contact people (The name Fambul Tok gives them). The training ensures Fambul Toks success in the District, especially in the various Chiefdoms that make up the district. … Continue reading
The New Fambul!
As Fambul Tok continues to increase its reconciliation activities in Sierra Leone there is a need to expand its capacity. The project created three new units — Research and Documentation, Training, and Communication — to undertake the new intensity. The … Continue reading