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At the celebration marking International Women’s Day (IWD), the President of the Kailahun Women in Governance Network (KWiGN), Lucy Gondor, maintained that “the progress of men should not diminish the progress of women”.
Social Enterprise Development (SEND) Sierra Leone under its Livelihood and Food Security Programme with support from Cordaid and Christian Aid, has empowered over 1,000 farmers and 157 blacksmiths in all the 14 chiefdoms in Kailahun District.
Social Enterprise and Development (SEND) Sierra Leone with support from the Zochonis Charitable Trust and Christian Aid has constructed a maternal and child health post in Jenneh village in the Upper Bambara Chiefdom of Kailahun District.
The fight against the deadly hemorrhagic ebola disease is virtually coming to an end due to the drop in the number of positive cases across the Country, and what is worrisome now is how to relocate the ebola orphans to foster parents for proper care…
Like the infamous decade-long rebel war the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak is leaving in its trail hundreds of orphans who lost their parents to the dreadful disease.
Type of report: Update on Ebola in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone. Objective: Provide updates to partners and stakeholders on the number of suspected and confirmed cases and deaths of Ebola in the Kailahun District Provide updates to partners and stakeholders on efforts to address Ebola…
Since 2008, SEND has been working with rural men and women in Sierra Leone's Kailahun District to defeat poverty and participate in the decisions that affect their lives.
SEND-SIERRA LEONE with funding from the European Union (EU) and Christian Aid-UK established the Health Sector Governance project to promote accountability, transparency and equity in the delivering of health services by District Health Management Team (DHMT) and 76 Peripheral Health Units (PHUs) in the Kailahun…
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