Programme for girls rescued from prostituion by Don Bosco Fambul

Don Bosco Fambul Freetown has programmes for boys and girls at risk, ebola victims, mudslide survivors and education programmes. SLIP sent a donation to Don Bosco Fambul for the victims of the mudslide.The money was raised at the inter faith service in Christ Church Cathedral.

Dates for your diary

June 21st: Annual Sierra Leone Independence Celebration
October 5th: SLIP Seminar on Education in Sierra Leone

SLIP meets Alie Kabba Sierra Leone Minister of Foreign Affairs

SLIP were honoured to welcome Alie Kabba to an informal exchange of views in the Teachers’ club Parnell Square on Friday 15th February. Alie Kabba was accompanied by a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Freetown.

Minister Alie Kabba shared with us his hopes for the future of Sierra Leone. He underlined the commitment of the government of President Julius Maada Bio to Free Education for all.

Journalist Niamh Griffin meets legends of Sierra Leone

Niamh Griffin a well established Mail on Sunday journalist travelled to Sierra Leone in November 2018 with the support of the Simon Cumbers media fund from Irish Aid. She went on the trail of the collaboration between Global Schoolroom and the Sisters of Cluny.
You can read her engaging story about the dedication of Sr. Theresa McKeown and Sr Louis Marie O’Connor of the Sisters of Cluny and the expanding work of Global Schoolroom in Sierra Leone.

https://www.niamhgriffin.net/2019/01/10/irish-nuns-handing-over-their-educational-legacy-in-sierra-leone/