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Recycling in Sierra Leone im Rahmen des Projekts SkillUp

Sierra Leone

15 current projects
1.74 m. € funding in 2018
860,000 people reached in 2018

It seems to be over: The Ebola epidemic, which began in March 2014 and claimed over 11,000 lives, has officially been over since March 2016. The survivors have now set off on the long way back to normalcy. With the aid of physical and psychosocial care, people are trying to process the epidemic's traumatic experiences. A prevention-oriented health care system is being developed for the future. However, not only the epidemic has left scars: The trauma of the decade-long civil war has also scarred the population’s collective consciousness.

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New Jobs Through Upcycling Project

Workshops supported by Welthungerhilfe process plastic bags into purses and aluminium cans into pots, clothes hangers or ash trays.

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Energy for the Future

In Sierra Leone the rural regions, in particular, required a functional supply of electricity.

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New Beginnings with Organic Cocoa

Organic Cocoa for everyone: Smallholders start over with ecological agriculture. Welthungerhilfe supports the smallholders in Sierra Leone.

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More projects in Sierra Leone

Getting Power from Kiosks in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone | 2014 – 2020 | Budget: € 7,330,437
Institutional donors: COOPI,ENFO - Energy for Opportunity,EU,Oxfam IBIS

A Loud and Clear Demand for the Right to Food

Sierra Leone | 2019 – 2022 | Budget: € 800,000
Institutional donors: BMZ

Market Opportunities for Fine Cocoa

Sierra Leone | 2019 – 2023 | Budget: € 3,321,661
Institutional donors: Door-to-Europe,EU

Land Rights and Cocoa Plantations

Sierra Leone | 2019 – 2022 | Budget: € 375,000

Investing in Latrines and Better Hygiene

Sierra Leone | 2019 – 2022 | Budget: € 1,465,269
Institutional donors: EU

Improving cultivation methods, nutrition and hygiene at the same time

Sierra Leone | 2017 – 2020 | Budget: € 1,400,359
Institutional donors: Irish Aid

Coffee, Cocoa, and Cashews: Getting Commodities in Demand Ready for Export

Sierra Leone | 2016 – 2021 | Budget: € 9,485,000
Institutional donors: COOPI,EU,Inter Aide

Rubbish Causes Disease: Municipal Waste Collection to the Rescue

Sierra Leone | 2016 – 2021 | Budget: € 8,249,850
Institutional donors: DFID,WFP/PAM

Self-Management of Drinking-Water Supplies

Sierra Leone | 2014 – 2020 | Budget: € 1,005,464
Institutional donors: GIZ

Young People with Prospects: A New Beginning for Coffee and Cocoa Cultivation

Sierra Leone | 2016 – 2020 | Budget: € 2,332,391
Institutional donors: AFC Consulting Group

Young People Develop their Potential with Skill-Up!

Sierra Leone | 2015 – 2020 | Budget: € 1,680,811

Suddenly Homeless: Emergency Aid to the Rescue

Sierra Leone | 2017 – 2020 | Budget: € 35,900

Rice and Palm Oil: Diversifying Unbalanced Diets

Sierra Leone | 2017 – 2020 | Budget: € 1,373,020
Institutional donors: BMZ

Securing an Island’s Water Supply

Sierra Leone | 2018 – 2021 | Budget: € 666,825
Institutional donors: BMZ

News from Sierra Leone

Rank in Global Hunger Index
#103 of 119 countries
GHI value 2018 for Sierra Leone
extremely alarming> 50 low< 9.9
30.4

Global Hunger Index (GHI) of Welthungerhilfe and partner calculates the nutritional situation of a country once a year. The lower the GHI value, the better the rank and the better the situation.

More about Global Hunger Index
7.4 million population (2019)
11.1% child mortality (2019)
25.6% of the population is undernourished.
Global Hunger Index
-5,1 Score (40.8 in 2010)
53.6 2000
51.1 2005
40.8 2010
30.4 2019

Publications about Sierra Leone

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GHI 2017: Country Case Study Sierra Leone

The case study shows the basics, projects and developments in Sierra Leone. The focus is on the LANN approach.

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Mid-Term Evaluation: Sierra Leone (2016)

Support to the Waste Management Sector of Bo City (SLE 1022)

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Final Evaluation: Sierra Leone (2016)

Disaster preparedness and reactivation of agricultural production and trade in Ebola-affected Districts of Southern and Eastern Sierra Leone (DiPAT)...

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