LET US WORK HARD TO LEAVE A LEGACY BEHIND
… Non-State Actors boss urge civil society activists
The Coordinator of the Non-State Actors in Sierra Leone, Mr Sidi Bah, has formally launched the project titled: Initiative to Build Social Movements in Sierra Leone at the Archbishop Brosnaham Memorial Hall, Howe Street in Freetown on Tuesday 12 March 2013. The National Coordinator of Campaign for Good Governance, Ms Valnora Edwin, chaired the occasion.
(l-r) Sidi Bah, Valnora Edwin and Abu Brima
Funded by the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), the project is implemented by the Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD).
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NMJD CONCLUDES TRAINING FOR FARMERS
NMJD CONCLUDES TRAINING FOR FARMERS IN THE SOUTH AND EASTERN REGIONS
The Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD) has completed a nine days training on the Results-Based Management (RBM) for farmers in Bo, Pujehun, Kenema, Kono and Kailahun districts in the south and eastern regions of Sierra Leone. The training is the first of four trainings that will be organized for farmers and other partners within the life of the CFGB-supported project: Producing Better, Together and Forever: Improving Food Security/Sovereignty in Sierra Leone.
Mohamed Koroma, Senior Agriculture Extension Officer, facilitating one of the sessions
The training was organized for about 300 farmers, Agriculture Extension Officers, Local Animators and radio reporters of the Eastern Community Radio in Koidu, Kenema and Bo in the south and eastern regions of the country on 16-24 February 2012.