Author Archives: Robert Roche

About Robert Roche

Robert Roche is a Field Program Officer for Fambul Tok International.

The President is coming to Salone…

No not President Obama, but our very own Libby Hoffman. Libby Hoffman, co-founder of FTI, will be visiting SL for ten days. She has no time to enjoy laka beach because she will be attending a monthly team meeting, meeting … Continue reading

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Rolling out in Koinadugu — beginning with consultations

Koinadugu District (in the north of Sierra Leone) is in the initial phase of the rollout of the Fambul Tok program — community consultation. Before we initiate any Fambul Tok activity, we broadly consult the people and ask them if … Continue reading

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Agricultural Show — it’s back!

On December 17-20, 2009, the Kailahun District community of Bunumbu and District Executive will host an agricultural show, commonly known as “Cocoa Show”. This event was held annually around the country before the war, however, the conflict created an immense … Continue reading

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Salone Fambul Tok is going international

Really! Yes, the success of Fambul Tok Sierra Leone has generated a substantial amount of buzz throughout Africa, and beyond. Given the interest and potential, the Fambul Tok leadership decided to transition Fambul Tok, which was a program of CFP … Continue reading

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Ndaabu community benefits from Fambul Tok…

On a recent visit to Ndaabu community, Kailahun District, the community expressed Fambul Tok has reminded them the importance of traditional practices and togetherness. Six months after their ceremony, chief John Bockarie said there is communal understanding of reconciliation. He … Continue reading

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