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Around the world, girls are challenging gender stereotypes and breaking free from the traditional roles that society has dictated for generations. More and more are saying no to child marriage and pushing for an end to the practice. They are advocating for their right to stay in school and to live free from violence and harm. They are calling for urgent climate action and working to build more just, equitable and sus...
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“I have always been interested in volunteering and first heard about the National Youth Service Corps Volunteers in Nigeria and Kenya. I discovered in 2018, that a National Youth Service was set up in Sierra Leone, so I applied,” explained 26-year-old Ashmao originally from Koinadugu District. After studying at Njala University in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, and awarded a degree in Business and Informati...
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A shortage of qualified professional health staff and limited capacities in training institutions are identified as key challenges in the health sector in Sierra Leone. In 2008, only 10 surgeons were working in the public sector to serve a population of 5.7 million. In cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, and with funds from UK aid and technical support from UNFPA, Capacare – a non-governmental o...

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JOB RE-ADVERTISEMENT

28 November 2019
UNFPA Sierra Leone Country Office is seeking candidates that will transform, inspire anddeliver high impact and...