Publications in SIERRA LEONE


Earth Island
8/18/2018

In Sierra Leone, humans and chimpanzees are being pushed closer and closer together
USAID
6/25/2018

In post-Ebola Sierra Leone, community healing dialogues are transforming communities. They have become a forum where communities can talk about a range of issues, from stigma related to Ebola to broader concerns, and find solutions to those issues t
Mining.com
8/15/2018

Gem Diamonds big discoveries reach a dozen
Africa-focused Gem Diamonds (LON:GEMD) must be getting used to recovering huge precious rocks from its flagship Letšeng mine in Lesotho, as it has just dug up another massive one. The 138-carat, top white colour Type IIa diamond is 12th diamond over

Dear Colleagues There are currently 173 members in the Emergency WASH Google Group. Please send us a brief description of your work or interests in Emergency WASH and we will include it in the next biweekly update. UPDATES FROM NEW MEMBERS OF THE GR

Below is the latest update to the Emergency WASH Google Group that is maintained by the USAID Water Communications and Knowledge Management project. If you would like to become a member of the Group, just send us an email. Below are links to some 20

On July 23, an outbreak report in The Lancet Infectious Diseases documented the case of a female Ebola survivor who transmitted the virus to family members more than a year later. This is the first known instance of a female survivor with persistent

Using Data to Address Climate Challenges: 5 Takeaways from Sierra Leone and Tanzania Comments|Add Comment|PrintBoats along the coastline of Zanzibar, Tanzania. Photo by Mathias Apitz/Flickr This post originally appeared on the Global Partnership for

Measuring empowerment is a perennial challenge for those of us evaluating programs targeting women. Last Wednesday’s launch of J-PAL’s new Practical Guide to Measuring Women’s and Girls’ Empowerment in Impact Evaluations at CGD was an exciting oppor

The government of Sierra Leone has announced that a new species of Ebola, the sixth, has been...
IRIN
7/27/2018

Every Friday, IRIN’s team of specialist editors offers a round-up of humanitarian trends and developments from around the globe.   On our radar:   Flight risk   In the viral humanitarian gesture of the week, Swedish student and activist Elin Errson

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