Monthly Archives: November 2010

Former Commander Mohamed Savage apologizes to the people of Kono

“I’m not happy for what happened. During the war I lived with  thousands of soldiers, rebels and civilians but tonight I’m alone asking for forgiveness. I know there are still pains in the hearts of people and what happened was … Continue reading

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Engaging the Sierra Leonean Community in London

While the main focus of FTI’s reconciliation and healing work must be within Sierra Leone itself, there are many Sierra Leoneans abroad who were also affected by the conflict and who still keep in close touch with family and friends … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok to launch ‘Wi na wan fambul’ campaign

Fambul Tok International, Sierra Leone announces it will launch the ‘wi na wan fambul’ (we are one family) campaign early next year. The campaign will aim to strengthen reconciliation and for all Sierra Leoneans to know that despite their political … Continue reading

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“Our community has been transformed”

Members of  Upper Kamadugu section, Sengbeh chiefdom, Koinadugu district have expressed the desire to work as one family for the development of their community. They see this as a result of the rapid changes taking place since they appeased their … Continue reading

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Claudia Verónica Ágreda Ajquí joins FTI Advisory Board

  Born and raised in Guatemala, Claudia Verónica Ágreda Ajquí’ has applied her formidable scholarship and dedicated activism towards improving the lives of the people of Central America. Currently a program officer for the justice access and food security programs … Continue reading

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