Network AID advocates for a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where the right of women and girls, youths, persons with disabilities and deprived children are recognized, respected, and identity protected.
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Network AID seeks to enhance the welfare and well-being of illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disability and deprived children to have a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where they are recognized, respected and identity protected.
Network AID 2024 message to her advisors, ambassadors and partners for being with us through 2023 which was the 1st and 2nd quarter of the organisation fiscal year. The challenges faced with and the gains made collectively.
We look for to a more fruitful moment in 2024 and the remaining two quarters.
As a Ministry, through our leadership, "i appriciate Network AID for such a brilliant plan and the ministry is open and willing to provide guidance. The Education Sector Plan-2022-2026 has the ministry priority. The ministry leadership look forward to your written plan" Deputy Minister II MBSSE.
Closing Remarks after the 3 days Regional Training Workshop on Leveraging CSOs Networks for Conflict Prevention focused on three priority issues as next steps:
Addressing drug addiction among young people in Sierra Leone requires a comprehensive approach that involves multiple stakeholders, including the government, communities, families, and educational institutions, development partners, traditional & religious leaders. Some potential strategies and interventions that can be considered include:
Illegal, unregulated, and undocumented fishing practices can have severe economic impacts on coastal communities and national economies. Sierra Leone, like many other countries, faces challenges in addressing this issue. Here are some strategies to mitigate the economic impact of these practices:
High Qaulity Low Literate Animation on Identity Is A Right-Go For It
Call for Peace Message
60 Seconds - What Identity Means To Me - Khadijah's Thought
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