Category Archives: Kailahun District

Updates on the Fambul Tok program in Kailahun District.

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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Kailahun stakeholders agree on joint revenue collection

000One of the several problems that continue to affect development of Kailahun district has to do with sour relationships among traditional leaders(Paramount Chiefs) and Councilors It is evident that there are poor working relationships which contribute to the backwardness and … Continue reading

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IDPDC to engage chiefs,Councilors to resolve impasse

000The Kailahun Inclusive District and Peace and Development Committee(IDPDC) in its first meeting has resolved to organize a one day stakeholders’s meeting at the end of the month to settle numerous challenges and the way forward for the development of … Continue reading

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Development needs to go beyond where better roads stop-John Caulker

000The Executive Director of Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone says organizations working with communities especially in the post ebola era in Sierra Leone should not only focus their activities on communities that have good road networks but should take into consideration … Continue reading

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Sahr and Nyuma Promote Peace in Sierra Leone

000Sahr and Nyuma were barely teenagers when the defunct Revolutionary United Front(RUF) rebels invaded their villages.  Once the closest of friends, Sahr, who lives in Kpekeledu village and Nyuma, also from Kpekedu in Kissi Teng chiefdom, Kailahun district had been … Continue reading

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