The Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC) has joined other countries across the globe to commemorate the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI). The proclamation of 28th September every year as IDUAI has created the platform for citizens, civil society organizations and partners to reflect on the significance of data access.
Young British-born Sierra Leonean educator Karimah Shaw has launched an online platform called WHAT’S NEXT to give young Sierra Leoneans at home and in the Diaspora a voice that will empower them to inspire a transformational change in their country’s development trajectory
His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has appointed Ibrahim Sannoh as the substantive Executive Director of the Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA) an institution charged with the mandate to regulate and co-ordinate development in the road transport industry plus anything connected thereto.
The Ministry of Health and Sanitation in collaboration with its partners will embark on a national mass distribution campaign of high quality Insecticide Treated Mosquito net in the 14 provincial districts in the country starting Friday 22nd May – Sunday 31st May, 2020. Each household will be reached with a treated mosquito net in a national Maternal and Child Health Week Campaign dubbed as “Mamie En PikinWelbodiWik”.
The Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC) calls on all public authorities, including businesses and research institutions in the country to document their COVID 19-related decisions and transactions to ensure experiential learning on how to prevent and contain future public health emergencies.
“Let me commend the organizers for doing a great job.” “Thankfully, President Ernest Bai Koroma has laid the foundation exemplifying a good leadership. He has created the platform in promoting democratic good governance...
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