Category Archives: Kailahun District

Updates on the Fambul Tok program in Kailahun District.

Sahr and Nyuma Promote Peace in Sierra Leone

Sahr 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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Kissi Teng Prepares to be Involved in Post-Ebola Activities

  After the cessation of hostilities and the declaration of the end of Sierra Leone’s civil war, many organizations implemented community projects in various parts of the country.  Despite millions of dollars from international donors and partners to the country … Continue reading

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Upper Bambara Peace Mothers Empowered

On Tuesday June 17, 2014, in continuation of its support to Peace Mothers in the country, Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone donated a brand new rice mill and officially opened the Peace Mothers information kiosk in Siama village, Bambara section, Upper … Continue reading

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‘Empowering Women’ is theme of Fambul Tok meeting

The Chairman, Alex Bhonapha, of the Kailahun District Council has emphasized that Fambul Tok International—Sierra Leone should take the onus to go beyond reconciliation in post conflict Sierra Leone and elsewhere. Chairman Bhonapha addressed Paramount chiefs, councilors, Fambul Tok Peace … Continue reading

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Peace club in Dea, Kailahun district, develops a new conflict resolution strategy called ‘demi chero’.

The Principal of the Government Junior Secondary School in Dea, Kissi Kama chiefdom, Kailahun district, recently affirmed that there is measurable improvement in attitude and behaviour of his pupils since Fambul Tok introduced peace clubs in that community. According to … Continue reading

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