For those charged with helping their countries both adapt to and combat climate change, understanding and being able to leverage climate information is critical. This is particularly true for Sierra Leone, recognized as the third most vulnerable country in the world to the effects of climate change.
The Sierra Leone Local Content Policy Act was passed to provide development of all sectors of the economy through the incorporation of local content in their productive activities. The private sector has taken the lead in the local content platform that does not compromise standards and efficiency.
The Sierra Leone Embassy in Dakar Senegal, overseeing Mauritania, Morocco on Friday 24th April, 2020 donated assorted food items and cash to Sierra Leoneans living in those countries.
The Honorable Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation 1, Dr. Anthony A. Sandi has said that they cannot let the huge progress already made in the fight against Malaria to be undermined by the current coronavirus pandemic in the country and we must maintain and accelerate progress towards malaria elimination with more determination than ever before and the government is committed to ensure the control of malaria during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sierra Leone marked this year’s World Wetlands Day celebration with the launch of its Climate Change Adaptation Plan (CCAP), a document that WA BiCC played a key role in developing.
“Let me commend the organizers for doing a great job.” “Thankfully, President Ernest Bai Koroma has laid the foundation exemplifying a good leadership. He has created the platform in promoting democratic good governance...
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