Category Archives: Koinadugu District

Updates on the Fambul Tok program in Koinadugu District.

Kailahun Council,Chiefs in Joint revenue collection

The Kailahun District Council and the Council of Paramount Chiefs last Thursday,1st November,2018 in Pendembu,Upper Bambara chiefdom finally signed a Memoradum of Understanding for joint revenue collection. Speaking during a one day stakeholders meeting organized by Kailahun Inlusive District Committee … Continue reading

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IDPDC collaborates with District Office for peaceful elections

A 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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Koinadugu District Calls for Post-Ebola Interventions

The people of Koinadugu district have unanimously agreed to rebuild their various chiefdoms in the Post-Ebola era.  Koinadugu learned from the bold steps taken by the people of Kailahun District to eradicate Ebola and ensure that the disease does not … Continue reading

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Post-Ebola Reconciliation is Vital for Sustainable Development

Paramount Chief of Nieni chiefdom has emphasized that Post-Ebola activities in communities will be meaningless if communities do not reconcile and work together. Nieni chiefdom was the first area hit by Ebola in Koinadugu. The traditional leader, Alimamy Umaru Jalloh … 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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