Monday 13 July 2020

Over 900 adolescents play “Mi bodi nar mi rayt” Game Application


In the first four weeks of its roll out, Save the Children’s Game Application on adolescent sexual reproductive health “Mi bodi nar mi rayt” (My body, my rights) has reached nine hundred and fifty-three (953) adolescents; 557 girls and 396 boys - in all four Danish TV-"Mek wi tok bot Mammie en Daddy Biznes" project communities.

Monday 13 July 2020

Children discuss the status of children infected with COVID-19 in Sierra Leone

Wednesday 29 April 2020

Reducing the risks surrounding teenage girls amidst COVID 19 pandemic


Beneficiaries in Dwazark receiving Save the Children COVID-19 Emergency Response packages. Photo credit: Abdul Sillah.

“I thank Save the Children for what they have done for me today. This donation will help me a lot. Because of this, I will not be tempted to join bad friends or go out in the streets to find food because I have it enough in my house.”

Wednesday 22 April 2020

Frankly speaking: Children share their views on COVID-19


Save the Children Sierra Leone is conducting a rapid assessment of children in selected communities to find out how COVID-19 is affecting their lives.  Through frank conversations with children aged five to eighteen years, the assessment will find out how much information children have about COVID-19, how they feel about school closure and concerns they have about staying at home.

Monday 30 March 2020

“The School told me not to attend anymore”

30 March 2020, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Today, the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education announced that it has overturned the decision in 2010 which has banned adolescent pregnant girls from going to school. This will now be replaced by two new polices ‘Radical Inclusion’ and ‘Comprehensive safety’ of all children in education.