Monthly Archives: May 2014

Information Kiosks Inaugurated in Nimiyama and Gbense Chiefdoms

000One of the major challenges affecting rural communities in Sierra Leone is access to quality information. What often goes wrong in these communities is attributed to the lack of accurate, correct, and timely legal information. Over the years, Fambul Tok … Continue reading

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Stories from Koinadugu

000Excerpts from Fambul Tok Volunteer Sara Waldheim’s blog, Around the World with Sara. Follow her adventures here Easter in Kabala Easter Sunday presented a great opportunity to attend a church service, Sierra Leone style.  A Fambul Tok staff member, Rev. Emmanuel, … Continue reading

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Support from US State Department Boosts Peace Mothers in Bombali and Koinadugu

000On on April 26, 2014, through a grant from the US Department of State, Fambul Tok International – Sierra Leone facilitated the donation of two brand new machines (a rice mill and cassava grater) as well as cash micro-grants to … Continue reading

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Sanity Returns to Gbanti Kamaranka Chiefdom

000Story: Joseph Momoh Kargbo- Fambul Tok District Staff, Bombali district Makulon section in the Gbanti Kamaranka chiefdom, Bombali district, Northern Sierra Leone has 10 villages. Two of the villages, Makulon and Gbintimaria, according to their chieftaincy arrangements used to alternate … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Links Peace Mothers with Kono Stakeholders

000One of the major challenges facing women in Sierra Leone is the lack of opportunity to meet and interact with stakeholders to discuss pertinent issues affecting the women, so that together they can find solutions to numerous problems. Most women, … Continue reading

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