1. No Wahala


    from Elias Assar Gustafsson / Added

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    No wahala - "No Worries" Charity event arranged by Hanna Nyberg for Bureh Beach Surf Club in Sierra Leone. The people were invited to eat pizza, be with good company and listen to good acoustic music played by Clara and Jonas! At Arena 29 in Gothenburg. Sponsored by: Hollywood, Surfers, T-shirt Store, Arena 29, Göteborgs stad, ABF, USGBG Filmed and edited by me Elias Assar Gustafsson Music: https://soundcloud.com/kungsmusic/bob-marley-jammin-kungs-remix https://www.facebook.com/nowahalaproject

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    • Sam Bangura | Central Defender | Highlights


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      Samuel Bangura plays as a full-back (Central Defender) and can play on either side but is more at home on the right, where he attacks from deep. He joined Chelsea FC as an U15 having moved from Sierra Leone. He played youth team games as a schoolboy in 2010/11. He was called up to play for the Sierra Leone Stars in May 2013 for the World Cup 2014 Brazil Qualifying games versus Tunisia and versus Cape Vert.

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      • Self-supply examples from Ethiopia and Sierra Leone (World Vision-RWSN)


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        In the webinar the potential and challenges of Self-supply are discussed for Ethiopia and Sierra Leone as one solution to reach those that are not served with an improved water supply. Two experts presented case studies and one discussant shared reflections on challenges and opportunities of the Self-supply approach: - Self-supply examples from Ethiopia, Zelalem Wegari, World Vision Ethiopia: - Perspectives of self-supply in Sierra Leone, challenges and lessons learnt in the context of Ebola outbreak, Lahai Ensah Bunduka, Welthungerhilfe, Sierra Leone - José Gesti Canuto, Discussant, UNICEF New York

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        • Aerial Footage of the Kerry Town Ebola Treatment Centre in Sierra Leone


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          Camera drone aerial footage of the Kerry Town Ebola Treatment facility near Freetown, Sierra Leone. Includes footage of construction of the facility too, built with the assistance of the UK military. For more information see: www.gov.uk/government/news/first-british-ebola-treatment-facility-opens-in-sierra-leone © Crown copyright ______________________________________________ This video file may be downloaded and reused under the terms and conditions of the Open Government Licence at nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/ These terms are compatible with the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 and the Open Data Commons Attribution License, both of which license copyright and database rights. This means that when the Information is adapted and licensed under either of those licences, you automatically satisfy the conditions of the OGL when you comply with the other licence. The OGLv3.0 is Open Definition compliant.

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          • Temporary Protected Status for Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone


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            • UMC Sierra Leone Mission Promo


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              My documentation of a humanitarian effort in Sierra Leone, created to help the mission team raise awareness and money for their goal of creating a robust educational system in an otherwise poverty stricken area.

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              • Tilbake fra Sierra Leone


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                Slaget står fortsatt i Vest-Afrika

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                • Karma Cola story (Chinese subtitles)


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                  Karma Cola is the only Fairtrade and organic cola made with real cola nut sourced directly from the people who traditionally grow the stuff in West Africa. Just a year after the first bottling, proceeds from sales of the drink have enabled the construction of a bridge in the village of Boma in Sierra Leone where the name ingredient comes from. This little film was made when we went to visit the bridge that Karma Cola built. For more information visit www.karmacola.co.nz

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                    STORY: SIERRA LEONE CONTINGENT DEPARTS SOMALIA DURATION: 1:58 SOURCE: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other purposes. All enquiries to thenewsroom@auunist.org CREDIT REQUIRED: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/SOMALI/NATS DATELINE: 15th, JANURARY 2015, KISMAYO, SOMALIA SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot; soldiers with bags 2. Medium shot; The bags on ground 3. Med shot; soldiers chatting 4. Close up shot; one of the soldiers 5. Wide shot; the troops in a line 6. Med shot; soldier with his bag 7. Close up shot; AU logo 8. Med shot; one of the Leobatt shows fifty years anniversary 9. Wide shot; Brig Tamba Allieu talks to the troops 10. Wide shot; the arrival of the plane 11. Close up shot; soldiers heading to the plane 12. SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) MAJOR DAVID MANSARE `` We have done our job and we have done our peace though we would love to stay and see Somalia regain its full peace and its full status in the International community, But we the Sierra leonians as we are departing the shores of Somalia, we wish the people of Somalia better days to come, we wish them peace, we wish them stable Somalia and they will continue enjoying peace and the legacy we are leaving behind let other people follow suit.’’ 13. Wide shot; soldiers marching to the plane 14. Med shot; soldiers footing 15. SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) MAJOR MANSARE “The friendly faces of the Somali people, and also one big impact the we will never forget that, when we came the first day we arrived in Somalia Kismayo, there was a lot of instability within the township and today i believe we are leaving a stable Kismayo, people will enjoy peace and one thing the people of kismayo admire a lot about the Sierraleonian is we talk to them, we buy from them and we feel they are our African brothers and sisters.” 16. Wide shot; soldiers heading to the plane 17. Med shot; soldiers boarding the plane 18. Wide shot; plane and the fire brigade SCRIPT Sierra Leone Leobatt Contingent departs Somalia The first group of the Sierra Leone contingent consisting of one hundred sixteen personnel left Kismayo Thursday for Freetown after the conclusion of their peacekeeping operations in Somalia. The contingent has been in the country since April 2013. Major David Mansare, one of the commanders of the contingent said, “have have done our job and we have done our peace, though we would love to stay and see Somalia regain its full peace and its full status in the International community. But we the Sierra Leonians as we are departing the shores of Somalia, we wish the people of Somalia better days to come, we wish them peace, we wish them stable Somalia and they will continue enjoying peace and the legacy we are leaving behind let other people follow suit.’’ Major Mansare recalled the contingent’s early days in Somalia describing it as full of instability but expressed gratitude that Kismayo has realised peace. As part of its mission LEOBATT 1 provided oversight in civil military relationship in Jubbaland region and other locations in Somalia. Because of the peace, small scale businesses are thriving in the region. Leobatt 1 was deployed in Dobley Headquarters, Tabda town and Kismayo. Their deployment to Kismayo came after a directive that Leobatt should manage Kismayo together with the other AMISOM multinational forces, the Kenya Defence Forces and Burundi National Defence Forces. END

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