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Section Chief Apologizes

000Section Chief Komba Sebba has not been in a good relationship with his elder brother, Aiah Sebba for over ten years. He accused Aiah of campaigning against him when he attempted to be elected section chief of Dumbia in Fiama … Continue reading

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Peace Mothers Journey—journal excerpts 2011-2013

000Originally 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

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Youth Chairman testimony shocks villagers

000The youth chairman of Mawei section, Peje Bongre chiefdom, Kailahun district has taken the people of Foindu village by surprise, making a recent revelation during a bonfire on April 15, 2013. Testifying in front of hundreds of people, Aruna explained that … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Values

000Like most organizations, Fambul Tok has a list of values to which it subscribes, and that it works to consistently fulfill.  Unlike many organizations in practice, however, it defines the living out of those values as one of the, if … Continue reading

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Ex-combatant apologises for killing hundreds of villagers in Kailahun

000A former rebel of the now-defunct Revolutionary United Front (RUF) of Sierra Leone has openly apologized and asked the people of Kailahun district to forgive him, adding that he was, in one way or another, responsible for launching deadly attacks … Continue reading

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