This document presents the Waste Management Plan for Makeni City Council. It provides the strategic framework for the delivery of an integrated waste management programme, which aims at improving the overall effectiveness and operating efficiency of the City’s waste sector.… Read More


This document presents the Waste Management Plan for Kenema City Council. It provides the strategic framework for the delivery of an integrated waste management programme, which aims at improving the overall effectiveness and operating efficiency of the City’s waste sector.… Read More


Nutritional deficiencies are suggested to be one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in Sierra Leone, therefore an up-to-date and thorough investigation of the micronutrient status of vulnerable groups is warranted. Information collected by the SLMS will enable the government and international agencies to monitor the current status of national nutrition programs (e.g. salt iodization and vitamin A supplementation) and to plan future nutrition interventions.… Read More


A powerpoint presenation on Evidence-based Lassa Fever Prevention and Integration into Kenema WASH Programmes made by Lina Moses, PhD MSPH Field Director of Tulane University’s Lassa Fever Program… Read More


“The MOHS, UNICEF Sierra Leone, Plan International and partners formally initiated the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in 2008 as part of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programme. The United Kingdom government through UKAid (formerly DFID) has been the major funder for the CLTS component. CLTS is a community empowerment approach that ignites a change in sanitation behaviour through the construction and use of latrines.”… Read More