Tag Archives: Peace Mothers

Peace Mothers celebrate support for fish farming

As 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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Fambul Tok organizes interactive sessions for Peace Mothers

Fambul Tok continues to create space for people to meet, discuss and find a way forward — together. For the past two weeks, Fambul Tok organized interactive sessions for Peace Mothers groups in Kono, Kailahun, Moyamba, Kono and Bombali districts. … Continue reading

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“Illiteracy is not a stumbling block,” Feijia declares

The perception of many elites, especially in sub-saharan Africa, is that people cannot contribute positively to any development program if they have not been formally educated. Even though millions of people have various talents and could contribute to the development … Continue reading

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“We intend to support our children”…Peace Mothers

Women’s groups (called Peace Mothers) in various sections in Koinadugu district have decided to use the profits from their work to assist their communities’ children, especially to support them attending schools. This determination is a way of contributing in their … Continue reading

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Boroma:The fish trade boom

Fambul 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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