Category Archives: Student Clubs, Education

Stories from Bombali

000Excerpts from Fambul Tok Volunteer Sara Waldheim’s blog, Around the World with Sara. Follow her adventures here. On May 31 I attended my first School Bonfire & Oral History Presentation at Panlap Community Junior Secondary School in Bombali District. Fambul Tok … Continue reading

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“Fambul Tok Day” Declared in Kono

000Since Fambul Tok kicked off its community reconciliation process in Sierra Leone, several clarion calls have been made on government by various people, including traditional leaders, to declare March 23 of every year a day of national reflection. Held on … Continue reading

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Footballs for Fambul Tok Inaugurated in Sierra Leone

000Post written by Gabe Hoffman-Johnson, creator of Futbols for Fambul Tok I went to Sierra Leone in December to inaugurate the Footballs for Fambul Tok (FFT) program (see my earlier blog post for the program description). I want to do … Continue reading

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Visiting the Student Peace Ambassadors of Sierra Leone

000One of the most significant parts of my trip to Sierra Leone this December was the opportunity to visit with the student member of the Fambul Tok Peace Clubs. We visited schools in Pujehun, Bombali, and Kornadugu districts. The main … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Concludes Training for Peace Coordinators in Kenema

000Fambul Tok Empowers 60 Secondary School Teachers Fambul Tok International–Sierra Leone in collaboration with Catalyst for Peace, a US-based foundation, has ended a two- day training workshop for 60 teachers drawn from 30 schools in Fambul Tok operational districts–Kailahun, Kono, … Continue reading

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