HIA Action Projects

This is a preview of the Sierra Leone Memory Project. Launched by the Jeneba Project and sponsored by Humanity In Action, it is an oral history prlejct dedicated to recording oral histories of former child soldiers, amputees, rape victims and all those who lived through the violent civil war in Sierra Leone from 1991 to 2002. The Sierra Leone Memory Project serves as a platform for justice, granting an avenue to the voices and experiences of those most effected by the war and who continue to be the most vulnerable in society.

Project developed by Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Joseph Kaifala and Liat Krawczyk

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HIA Action Projects

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After their fellowship programs, all Humanity in Action Fellows are obligated to plan and implement an Action Project—a hands-on initiative inspired by their fellowship experience. The Action Project is an opportunity for Fellows to apply the ideas that


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After their fellowship programs, all Humanity in Action Fellows are obligated to plan and implement an Action Project—a hands-on initiative inspired by their fellowship experience. The Action Project is an opportunity for Fellows to apply the ideas that inspired them in their program to real-life issues in their home community or abroad. Action Projects may take many different forms, including community service, public advocacy, art projects, lectures, conferences and social entrepreneurship. We have featured some of our outstanding Action Projects by creating short, summary videos.

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