Category Archives: Recognition

IDPDC collaborates with District Office for peaceful elections

000A team of civil society activists,youth representatives and members of the Koinadugu Inclusive District Peace and Development Committee will leave Kabala township tomorrow,September 16,2016  for Falaba and other villages in the Sulima chiefdom. The rationale behind the visit is to … Continue reading

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SLAJ Yellow Ribbon Campaign

000  Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone has extolled the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) Yellow Ribbon Campaign initiative, emphasizing that SLAJ is doing is a great thing to help end Ebola disease in the country. On Friday, March 20, 2015, … Continue reading

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Peace Mothers Intensify Campaign to Keep Libeisaygahun Chiefdom Ebola-Free

000Surrounded by a number of ebola affected chiefdoms, Libeisaygahun is the only chiefdom that is yet to record a single case of ebola. How did one chiefdom, surrounded by other communities with ebola outbreaks, manage to remain ebola-free?  Fambul Tok … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Joins Fight Against EBOLA

000Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone, in a effort to complement governmental aide and other partners’ work to contain the Ebola disease in the country, has intensified activities focusing on Ebola education in different communities. Sierra Leone is under a 90 day … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok averts chaos in Jawie Chiefdom

000Had it not been for the presence of Fambul Tok staff in Nyeama, one of Fambul Tok’s new sections in Jawie chiefdom, Kailahun district, the whole community would have blown up into total chaos. It all came about when local … Continue reading

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