Category Archives: Ebola response

Fambul Tok Engages Communities to Strategize for Post-Ebola Challenges

The fight against ebola is not over yet, despite the decreased number of new ebola cases in Sierra Leone.  Many social issues and conflicts continue to emerge in communities as a result of ebola.  The issues range from the compromise … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Boosts Kono District with Soap Making Machine

As a complement to the efforts of the Government of Sierra Leone in the fight to eliminate Ebola in the country, Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone has handed over a brand new soap making machine to Peace Mothers in Woafeh section, … Continue reading

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Bridging Communities Network: Facilitating a Community-led Response to the Ebola Crisis

As a complement to the government-led efforts in the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone, Fambul Tok-International, in partnership with nine National NGOs and over 30 community based organizations,  has formed the Bridging Communities Network (BCN) to facilitate a community-led … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Promotes Local Initiative

Most people in the rural parts of Sierra Leone are poor and find it very difficult to afford basic necessities such as food, shelter, clothing and medical facilities. With the outbreak of ebola in the country, these communities are unable to acquire … Continue reading

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John Caulker’s TV interview on community led Ebola response efforts

In this powerful 2-part interview on NewsMaxTV, John Caulker identifies the missing dimension in Ebola response in Sierra Leone – mobilizing communities and ordinary people to lead. He talks about the leadership role rural women are taking in sensitizing their communities … Continue reading

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