|Cross-section of participants at the launching|
The Executive Director of the Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD), Mr. Abu A. Brima, has pleaded with the people of Sierra Leone not to allow corporate entities with questionable characters to capture the state, as that would spell doom with devastating consequences.
He made this plea at the launching of two research reports on livelihood options of youth miners and the operations of the African Minerals Limited at the British Council Hall, Tower Hill, Freetown, on Tuesday 7 September 2010.The two reports launched were titled: One day I will do something else-Realizing the Potential of Sierra Leonean Youth and Dancing with the Chameleon-Mining Communities in Sierra Leone and the many faces of Frank Timis. Read more...
The Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD) held this year's first Inter-Programming Team (IPT) meeting at the Sierra Leone Regional Library Board on Azzolini Highway in Makeni, northern region of Sierra Leone, on 8-9 July 2010. The meeting brought together both Administrative and Programme staff of the organization to reflect, share, learn and further plan.
Explaining the purpose and importance of the meeting, which is held every six months, the Deputy Executive Director, Mrs Josephine Koroma, said it was a moment for programme and administrative staff to share their successes and challenges, as well as to explore new ways of working in order to further improve programme performance.
|Mohamed Turay (3rd from right) presenting his country updates|
The The Programme Officer of the Mining and Extractives Programme of the Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD), Mohamed Sheik Turay, has returned home from Bamako, Mali, after attending the 12th Annual Strategy Meeting of the African Initiative on Mining, Environment and Society (AIMES). This year Read more...
The Executive Director
Mr. Abu Brima