Tag: Human Rights

  • Op-Ed: Ruling out violence as a means to achieving compliance with COVID-19 measures in Sierra Leone

    By Mustapha Dumbuya On March 25, Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio declared a year-long state of emergency as part of measures to curb the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, also known as Covid-19. At the point of his declaration, Sierra Leone was yet to record a single case of the virus – the only

  • Home Schooling in Syrian Refugee Camps

    Distance Education in Syrian Refugee Camps Al Ghad – Amman By Ahmad Malkawi Originally published on Al Ghad Newspaper, in Arabic. Nearly 2000 informal students in Zaatari and Azraq camps for Syrian refugees are now attending classes through the ‘Whatsapp’ phone application along with their teachers who have been running an educational program initiated by ‘Relief

  • Lessons learned from Ebola to fight Covid-19

    Journalist Kolubah B. Akoi – first in line at the launch of the journalists’ cross county awareness about the prevention of the Coronavirus march 25, 2020 in Voinjama Ci By Kolubah B. Akoi When I first started to cover the Ebola outbreak in 2014, it was like traveling without knowing where and why I was

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