Author Archives: Solomon Yarjoh

About Solomon Yarjoh

Solomon Yarjoh is the Communications Director for the Fambul Tok program in Sierra Leone.

Fakunya chiefdom showcases impact of People’s Planning Process

000Community members from Fakunya chiefdom in the Moyamba distict have explained at the donor roundtable and dialogue forum how the People’s Planning Process(PPP) which started three years ago,has impacted them in their various sections,as most places are now working in … Continue reading

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National Framework for Inclusive Governance launched

000The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development,Maya Moiwo Kaikai has launched the first phase of the “Wan Fambul”-the national framework for inclusive governance and local development.The launching took place at the Radisson Blu conference hall,Aberdeen in Freetown on Tuesday,November … Continue reading

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Upper Bambara endorses Chiefdom Plan

000Stakeholders including elders,women’s leaders,youth and community members from all six sections in Upper Bambara chiefdom,Kailahun District have reviewed their Chiefdom development plan and unanimously endorsed the document.The event took place on September 28,2017 at the Pendembu community centre. Speaking at … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok raises concerns over 2018 General elections

000Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone has been following recent discussions and pronouncement surrounding doubt about the overall conduct of the March 7th 2018 general elections that warrants some attention as a peacebuilding organization. It could be rccalled that the National Electoral … Continue reading

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District Councils agree to cascade People’s Planning Process

000District Local Council chairmen of Moyamba,Kailahun and Koinadugu  have unanimously agreed to cascade the People’s Planning Process(PPP) to all chiefdoms in the three districts and with the best practices and learnings the process will be rolled out to other parts … Continue reading

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