Friday 20 August 2021

“Tap to Me” becomes a common trend for child marriage in Sierra Leone

Adolescent child mother and common law wife in slum community in Freetown. Photo: Save the Children

Friday 20 August 2021

Save the Children holds high level dissemination meeting on early early child marriage Studies

High level dissemination meeting participants at the International Conference Centre, Freetown including Ministries of Health, Justice and Gender and Children’s Affairs with Donors, Adolescents and CSO partners. Photo: Save the Children

‘Our children are precious gifts and should be considered as asset, not as liabilities to the nation’ Statement from the Minister of Gender and Children’s Affairs

Tuesday 9 March 2021

Huge reach for “Mi bodi nar mi rayt” Game App featured in Spiegel

“Mi bodi nar mi rayt” mobile game application from Save the Children Sierra Leone has gained further attention following a story featured in Spiegel, a German Magazine published on their website. For more on this story follow the link below. 

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Friday 5 March 2021

Young champions have a “talk” with Senior Management


Salmata Davies (Left) and Alex Michael Sesay (Right) in a meeting with SCI Senior Management Team February 2021. Photo credit Ramatu Jalloh, Save the Children.

Friday 5 March 2021

Parliament and Religious leaders join the ECM campaign

Hon. Catherine Tarawalie giving commitments on behalf of Parliamentarians to young champions after a fruitful discussion at the Parliament Building on Ending Child Marriage in Sierra Leone, 25 February 2021. Photo by Abdul Sillah, Save the Children.