Tag Archives: Moyamba

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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Peace Mothers celebrate support for fish farming

000As a way to empower rural women in the country in accordance with this year’s theme “Empower rural women-end hunger and poverty”, Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone, with funds from Catalyst for Peace, and Tides Foundation in the United States has … Continue reading

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Boroma:The fish trade boom

000Fambul Tok peace mothers in Kailahun, Kono, Moyamba and Koinadugu districts all give testimonies of bumper harvests of their farms this year. As Fambul Tok walks alongside these groups, they have started realizing more and more of their potential, planning … Continue reading

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Motonkoh set to build health post

000The Motonkoh community in Ribbi chiefdom, Moyamba district has come together to construct a health  post that is expected to serve hundreds of villagers. The brilliant idea emerged from various meetings convened by the whole community to overcome the problem … Continue reading

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Three villages build community school

000It is now an open secret that communities are using Fambul Tok initiative to embark on development. Immediately after traditional ceremonies, villagers organize themselves to be actively involved in rebuilding their shattered communities. This is what happens in almost every … Continue reading

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