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SLRCS explains how disaster relief funds are spent

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Officials at the Sierra Leone Red Cross Society (SLRCS) provided the line item budget for flood responses aimed at 10 communities across Freetown that began last month and will continue for the next three months.  The accounting was relayed in response to my publication dated 3rd September 2019, which questioned what disaster relief funds were […]

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SLRCS president engage young members of the society

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SLRCS President and the New National Governing Board engage young members of the Society to promote the true spirit of volunteering for sustainability of the Society ‘s basic structures. The President uses the moment to engage with local Government authorities to advocate an increased recognition of the Society for its auxiliary status and role.

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SLRCS board receives induction training

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The New board at Sierra Leone Red Cross Society receives an induction training in Makeni city, northern Sierra Leone. The session is witnessed by the new SLRCS President, Reverend Christian Faya, and other members of the new board. The Sessioms and presentations are being done by the Independent Interim Manager for SLRCS, Mabel Koketso, the […]

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SLRCS Organized Orientation Training

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SLRCS Field Engagement

SLRCS organizes orientation training for newly recruited field community engagement and accountability (CEA) officers to support the implementation of a post Ebola recovery myth prevention messaging. CEA project in five district branches. This project is supported through the Federation by the Swedish Red Cross.

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ACC Cleared SLRCS of corruption

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SLRCS staff and the ACC commissioner

Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), has said that the allegation regarding a two million dollar meant to help the fight against Ebola then, which was allegedly stolen by the Sierra Leone government as alleged by the Red Cross Society, is not true. The ACC Boss, Francis Ben Kelfala, made this disclosure past Tuesday, March 19th, […]