Tuesday 11 February 2020

Over 55,000 grave crimes committed against children in African conflict zones in five years alone


There have been more than 55,882 grave violations against children in conflict affected areas in Africa between 2014 and 2018 according to new analysis by Save the Children [1].  This includes children being killed, maimed or sexually assaulted - despite commitments by African leaders to end all wars on the continent by 2020.


Thursday 6 February 2020

Save the Children Staff Retreat 2020

“Our big goal for 2020 is quality.  I really want us to focus on quality. Quality! Quality! Quality!”  Heather Campbell, Country Director.

Staff of Save the Children Sierra Leone over the weekend (30, 31 January and 1 February 2020) had our annual staff retreat; a platform for staff to interact, elect the staff welfare executives, reflect and plan ahead. 

Tuesday 17 December 2019

Save the Children safe space girls launched photo exhibition at Sierra Leone’s National Museum

“It is not impossible, there is Life through your eyes”

“You can be what I am. You can be more than what I am if you only listen to what we tell you,” Dr Memunatu Pratt, Sierra Leone Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs talking to girls who had gone to the National Museum to showcase photographs of how they see the world, 12th December 2019. 

Friday 13 December 2019

Jada Sezer’s life changing experience for teenage mothers' living in Sierra Leone’s slum communities.

Tuesday 26 November 2019

Save the Children Sierra Leone Celebrates 100 years

Left to Right: Cuting the Centenary Cake;Deputy Minister of Education, Heather Campbell:Country Director SCI, Minister Social Welfare,Gender and Children's Affairs and Irish Ambassador.