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Sierra Leone UK also officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, informally Salone, is a country in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea to the northeast, Liberia to the southeast and the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest. It has a tropical climate, with a diverse environment ranging from savanna to rainforests. The country has a population of 7,075,641 as of the 2015 census. Sierra Leone is a constitutional republic with a directly elected president and a unicameral legislature. Sierra Leone has a dominant unitary central government. The president is the head of state and the head of government. The country's capital and largest city is Freetown. Sierra Leone is made up of five administrative regions: the Northern Province, North West Province, Eastern Province, Southern Province and the Western Area. These regions are subdivided into sixteen districts.
The history of the founding of the Grammar school is tied up with the early fortunes of the Colony of Sierra Leone and the early history of the other Institution founded by the CMS around the same time, the Christian Institution that became Fourah Bay College.
The Freetown Society was formed in 1981 after the cities of Hull, UK and Freetown, capital city of Sierra Leone formed a civic partnership in 1979. The Freetown Society is a UK registered charity and it has a sister society, The Hull Society, in Freetown itself.
ActionAid is an international charity that works with women and girls living in poverty.
EducAid runs an educational network comprising of free schools, teacher training, and tertiary programmes in Sierra Leone. We provide distinctive, personalised, top-quality, holistic education and support to vulnerable young Sierra Leoneans.
The King's Sierra Leone Partnership is one of three global health partnerships working as part of King's Health Partners at King's College London.
Sierra Leone Congo Town Association (SLCTA) is a British based charity commission registered organisation operating in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
African Voices Forum (AVF) is a Bristol-based network of African and African-Caribbean community associations/organisations, other community organisations working to empower Africans and African-Caribbeans to take active part in policies and initiatives that concern them, as well as other organisations that share and support the forum&aposs values, principles, and objectives.
This parish was founded by the English Province of the Capuchin Franciscans in the 1850s, to serve the Catholic community in the Peckham area of South‐East London.
Our groundbreaking work began in 1945, when we were founded by British and Irish churches to help refugees following the Second World War.
The Association is established for charitable purposes only, to advance education of the present pupils of the Methodist Girls' High School in Sierra Leone by provision of teaching aids, laboratory and recreational equipment and the award of scholarships.
WAGGGS supports girls and young women to develop their full potential as leaders and active citizens of the world
One World Link (OWL) promotes friendships between two communities across the world: those of Bo District in Sierra Leone and Warwick District in the UK.
We the descendants of the Kono District of Sierra Leone residing in the United Kingdom find it necessary to unite and discuss together common strategies for finding solutions to our diverse problems.
The African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) was established in 1994, with a mission to expand and enhance the contributions Africans in the diaspora make to African development.
Medical Assistance Sierra Leone supports access to health care and urgent medical treatment for communities and individuals in Sierra Leone.
Engineers for Change (Sierra Leone) or EfCSL, is a UK charity that was set up in May 2011. Led by a group of engineering and related professionals, the aim of the charity is to provide both awareness and practical support in order to bridge the engineering skills gap in Sierra Leone, and to support local engineering institutions in the development of the next generation of engineering professionals.
Humanity & Inclusion works in Sierra Leonne to ensure access to education for all, including children with disabilities. The association is also able to respond in the case of emergency as was the case during the 2014 Ebola epidemic.
The work of Stepping Forward is informed by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The purpose of the Convention is to promote, protect and ensure the full enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms by all persons with disabilities.
Since 2004, Bread and Water for Africa UK has been fighting poverty, relieving hunger and increasing access to healthcare and education in some of the world's poorest countries. By working with local grass-roots organisations we have helped to fund schools, lifesaving health clinics and loving homes for abandoned and orphaned children.
Sierra Leone Sussex Association is dedicated to pursuing a number of aims and objectives. These ideals are promoted in the hope of building a greater, closer community.
Plan International has been working in Sierra Leone for over 40 years. In this time, we have supported children and community members to go to school, stay safe from abuse and get good jobs.
We are a small community group in Greater Manchester working to better the lives of Sierra Leoneans in the UK as well as helping those back home.
Welcome to the Sierra Leone High Commission in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Our Mission is to promote and protect the interests of Sierra Leone in the United Kingdom and countries of accreditation - Cyprus, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. This website aims to provide information on Sierra Leone, the High Commission and to serve as a resource centre for all consular activities.
Africa Diaspora Investment forum 2006 will be to foster an ongoing dialogue between the Diaspora, Policy makers, trainers, skills developers and potential investors on the way forward and how best to productively channel the alternative finances and skills of the Diaspora to harness the agricultural sector in Africa.
When Street Childâ€™s work began in Sierra Leone in 2008, it was the poorest nation in the world and had been devastated by a decade of civil war. Children were suffering from the warâ€™s legacy of poverty and destruction. Thousands of the poorest children were trying to survive on the streets.
The One Foundation has a simple vision: a world in which everyone has access to clean & safe water, forever. ... Our idea is to leverage 1 cent per litre from all bottled water sold globally.
Book Aid International is the UKâ€™s leading international book donation and library development charity. Our vision is a world where everyone has access to the books that will enrich, improve and change their lives.
MAG has worked in Sierra Leone since 2016, supporting the safe storage of weapons and ammunition. Sierra Leone is now one of the only countries in West Africa deploying to UN peacekeeping missions with small arms that have been marked according to international standards.
We are Amnesty International UK. We work to protect women, men and children wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. As a global movement of over 7 million people, Amnesty International is the world's largest grassroots human rights organisation.
The SAFE Foundation is a Cardiff-based charity committed to improving the lives of some of the poorest people and communities in the world. With a variety of projects taking place in the UK and overseas, our mission is to build a fairer, brighter and peaceful future for the world.
Marie Stopes Sierra Leone started providing services in 1986 and is one of the oldest programmes in the Marie Stopes International partnership.
Sierra Leone High Commission in London
41, Eagle Street, WC1R 4TL, London, United Kingdom