Sierra Leone: How an Ebola Clinic Works. (Opinion)

A health worker stands outside Connaught Hospital, after the arrival of patient with symptoms of the Ebola virus in the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone (file photo)

 OPINION By: Kathryn Stinson* Can you tell us who you were living with before you came here? The health promoter shouts across the fence. A health worker stands outside Connaught Hospital, after the arrival of patient with symptoms of the Ebola virus in the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone (file photo) Feeling uncomfortably self-conscious for drawing More...

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MCC-Sierra Leone
By On Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Don’t Fund Corruption in Sierra Leone. Terminate Sierra Leone’s Eligibility for MCC FY 2015 Compact Funding

 Petition by:- Patrick Bernard (Lancaster, PA) Tell US Secretary of State John Kerry:  Don’t fund corruption in Sierra Leone. Subject: Terminate Sierra Leone’s Eligibility for MCC FY15 Compact Funding Concerned More...

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By On Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Sierra Leone:- “Ebola Has Exposed Pre-Existing Fault Lines in the Health System, Economy and Governance of Sierra Leone”.-ICG Country Director

 ANALYSIS The International Growth Centre (IGC). October 2nd, 2014 The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has exposed deep pre-existing fault lines in Sierra Leone. The donor pledges being made by the international More...

Mustapha Wai,
By On Monday, February 24th, 2014

Is Sierra Leone Parliament poised to pass a 2-year extension of term limit for themselves and by extension President Koroma?

 By: Mustapha Wai,( Washington D.C, USA) According to a report by one of their own, it was like Christmas in Parliament as members stood in a single file like children waiting patiently for their turn to walk More...

(File photo:-Riots in Koidu Town during the Koidu Holdings killings,2008)
By On Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Sierra Leone: Government Minister Undermines Democracy and Agenda for Prosperity.

 OPINION By: Tamba Gborie The Kono Youth Chairmanship elections held on Sunday February 02 – 2014 between Mr. Joseph Mbayoh and Mr. Melvin Konguwa under the supervision of the Youth Minister Mr. Alimamy Kamara More...

2nd Lieutenant Nyuma, as Secretary of State, East, meeting the people of Kenema just after the NPRC coup, May 1992. From the collections of Patrick S. Bernard
By On Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Tom Nyuma and the Making of the NPRC: In Memoriam to “Ranger” (Part Two)

 By: Patrick S. Bernard*, USA. The circumstances that led to the April 29, 1992 coup started a day before, on April 28 when Tom, along with his fighting men, commandeered the AA gun, and embarked on a journey More...

Clifford Mohammed Deen
By On Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Rebuilding, nurturing and sustaining the Democratic principles in the politics of Sierra Leone

 By: Clifford Mohammed Deen* The concepts of Democracy and democratic principles have been and continue to infuse fierce debates which has polarised society across the globe. Some schools of thoughts has ascribe More...

Tom Nyuma
By On Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Tom Nyuma and the Making of the NPRC: In Memoriam to “Ranger”(Part One)

 By: Patrick S. Bernard*, USA. It is always tough to write an obituary of a young person who dies too soon. I find myself in that position writing this obituary of Tom Nyuma, a young man who died at 42 years More...

Granville Jones
By On Monday, January 13th, 2014

What Now, Sierra Leone?

 OPINION By:- Granville Jones, (Virginia, USA.) State Of Hardship My first visit to Sierra Leone after almost twenty-six years abroad was filled with a lot of surprises, to say the least. I was very fortunate More...

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By On Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Africa needs technocrats more than it needs party politicians

 Opinion & Analysis By: Ronak Gopaldas* A major shift in global risk aversion, away from developed to emerging markets, was unleashed by the US Federal Reserve’s announcement last year of a looming end More...