Young people are fighting for girls rights in Sierra Leone. Every year on 11th October, the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child, and this year’s theme is “My voice, our equal future.” Today, we are taking time to engage with adolescent girls and their communities across Sierra Leone to promote their rights. …
Nationwide across Sierra Leone, young people are volunteering to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic across all districts of Sierra Leone – going door-to-door to raise awareness, making hand washing stations and supporting vulnerable young girls – with Restless Development supporting them.
Young people collect data to help end Malaria in Sierra Leone, one of the country’s leading causes of death.
In Sierra Leone, Restless Development used this year’s International Women’s Week to celebrate women who have been exceptional in their work and contributed to our successes over the years.
Through our youth-led volunteering model, we are supporting 18 young female volunteers, who we called “Community Mobilisers”, who work in pairs of community and national volunteers.
Restless Development Sierra Leone’s alumni network are taking action.
Restless Development is delivering a programme to improve public financial management (PFM) in Sierra Leone, by providing technical assistance to the government.