Monthly Archives: March 2011

Fambul Tok Wins Best Documentary at the Fort Myers Film Festival

000Fambul Tok is so honored to have been named Best Documentary at the Fort Myers Film Festival. Watch producer and director Sara Terry accept this award in the video below!

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Boroma:The fish trade boom

000Fambul Tok peace mothers in Kailahun, Kono, Moyamba and Koinadugu districts all give testimonies of bumper harvests of their farms this year. As Fambul Tok walks alongside these groups, they have started realizing more and more of their potential, planning … Continue reading

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Ex-commander turns Pastor

000A former rebel commando of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) has chosen a new path to life, transforming from a once dreaded gun-wielding fighter to a born again christian and eventually a Pastor in his village. In his testimony during … Continue reading

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Heremakono begins savings program

000Heremakono section, in the Wara Wara Yagala chiefdom in Koinadugu district, in the north of Sierra Leone has been passed by over and over by aid organizations helping neighboring communities.  The section, which is situated along the Makeni-Kabala  highway has … Continue reading

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