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NMJD LAUNCHES REPORT ON KOIDU HOLDINGS OPERATIONS

Deputy Executive Director, Josephine Koroma, welcoming guests to the launching

Deputy Executive Director, Josephine Koroma, welcoming guests to the launching

The Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD) and its local partners has launched the first of a series of reports on the operations of corporate mining companies working in Sierra Leone. Read more...

 

NMJD ENDS TRAINING FOR RURAL FARMERS

Adama Kamara of NMJD facilitating a session on gender and  poverty eradication in farming communities

Adama Kamara of NMJD facilitating a session on gender and poverty eradication in farming communities

The Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD) has completed an almost two-week long training for 26 farmers associations in five districts in the south and eastern regions of Sierra Leone. The training was geared towards improving the knowledge and skills of farmers in the use of modern agricultural techniques and new crop varieties to increase food productivity. It started in Kenema on Wednesday 9 June 2010 and ended in Bo and Kono on Thursday 17 June 2010.

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PROGRESS REPORT ON THE SETTING UP OF INTERNET AND EMAIL FACILITIES IN BO AND KENEMA

Staff of SAB Technologies installing the VSAT disc in the Bo office

Staff of SAB Technologies installing the VSAT disc in the Bo office

1.0 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND

Bo and Kenema cities are very strategic in the socio-economic, cultural and political life of Sierra Leone. Both cities serve as the headquarter towns of Bo and Kenema districts that share borders with the Republics of Liberia and Guinea. With a population of over 150,000 and 130,000 respectively, Bo and Kenema are the second and third largest cities in the country. They host a significant number of schools (primary and secondary), tertiary and other institutions of higher learning, as well as NGOs (national and international), government Ministries, Departments and Agencies and civic groups. Read more...

 

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