Category Archives: Koinadugu District

Updates on the Fambul Tok program in Koinadugu District.

Stories from Koinadugu

Excerpts from Fambul Tok Volunteer Sara Waldheim’s blog, Around the World with Sara. Follow her adventures here Easter in Kabala Easter Sunday presented a great opportunity to attend a church service, Sierra Leone style.  A Fambul Tok staff member, Rev. Emmanuel, … Continue reading

Posted in From the Ground: Program Updates from Sierra Leone, Koinadugu District, Reflections | Leave a comment

Support from US State Department Boosts Peace Mothers in Bombali and Koinadugu

On on April 26, 2014, through a grant from the US Department of State, Fambul Tok International – Sierra Leone facilitated the donation of two brand new machines (a rice mill and cassava grater) as well as cash micro-grants to … Continue reading

Posted in Bombali District, From the Ground: Program Updates from Sierra Leone, Koinadugu District, Organization, Peace Mothers | Tagged | Leave a comment

Peace Mothers Journey—journal excerpts 2011-2013

Originally written in 2011-12 by Fambul Tok volunteer Sara Waldheim Peace Mothers Journey: Village One, Koinadugu District It’s been almost three months since I arrived in Sierra Leone to serve as a volunteer with Fambul Tok. My road to Sierra … Continue reading

Posted in Bombali District, From the Ground: Program Updates from Sierra Leone, Koinadugu District, Peace Mothers, Reflections, Updates by District | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

‘Peace Mother’ appointed 1st female chief in Koinadugu district

Madam Balia Koroma, an active member of the Fambul Tok Peace Mothers’ group in Heremakono section, Wara Wara Yagala chiefdom in Koinadugu district, northern Sierra Leone, has become the first woman to be appointed Acting Section Chief in that part … Continue reading

Posted in From the Ground: Program Updates from Sierra Leone, Koinadugu District, Peace Mothers | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Gbenekoro Village Peace Mothers Prevent School Drop-outs

This post was written by team members in Koinadugu District. Had it not been the timely intervention of Peace Mothers in Heremakono section, Gbenekoro village, Sengbe chiefdom in Koinadugu district, two pupils of the Ahmadiyya Agricultural Secondary School and Loma … Continue reading

Posted in From the Ground: Program Updates from Sierra Leone, Koinadugu District, Peace Mothers, Updates by District | Tagged , | Leave a comment