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It was today two years ago that Sierra Leone was declared ebola free by the World Health Organization. Forty-two days passed before then there...

A coalition of women's organizations brought together what seemed like all of Freetown for a vigil in memory of those who died during the...

‘EBOVAC-Salone’, a clinical trial to assess the safety and immunogenicity of a new vaccine against Ebola, has started with the vaccination of the first...

Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea, the countries most badly affected by the worst ebola outbreak in history have had zero infections recorded in the...

President Ernest Bai Koroma has approved a monthly salary of US$ 12, 000 for Rtd. Major Alfred Palo Conteh as Chief Executive Officer of...

A new WFP report shows that some 1.6 million people or 25 percent of Sierra Leoneans are currently in a state of food insecurity....

Today Adama Sankoh Sierra Leone’s last known ebola patient was discharged from the International Medical Corps Mateneh Ebola Treatment...

Just five years since it opened Kona Lodge CEO, Chief Ernest Mbaimba Ndomahina says that his hotel is up for sale. Ndomahina says that...

The President of Sierra Leone has announced a continued state of public emergency, although he has lifted limits on public gatherings and business activities...

In a recent interview with NPR, Sierra Leonean journalist Umaru Fofanah recounts  the risks and worries he and his family faced as he went...