May 2012 This is a report of youth-led research undertaken in 2012. The purpose of the report is to amplify the voices of young people across Sierra Leone around the key issues affecting their lives. It reflects the views of over 200 young people, and is supplemented by those of other stakeholders from civil society …
This report is an overview of young people’s experiences and perceptions from just before the 2018 presidential elections. The votes of Sierra Leone’s young people are key in elections – under 35s comprise 58% of the voting age population, a higher proportion than at any time in Sierra Leone’s history. Despite this, young people are …
Supporting young people to collect data and drive community-centred change.
Improving Sierra Leone’s ability to raise, allocate and account for the use of public funds so that they can be invested in services such as education health and economic growth.
Ensuring the most vulnerable girls across Sierra Leone can access the opportunities they deserve.
Supporting young women to raise awareness of the benefits of contraception with teenage girls.
Ensuring high quality healthcare is available so that children have the best start in life.
Over the past four months, as an expression of solidarity and youth power, the youth power panel have been bringing young people together from all over the world, to connect and share ideas around COVID-19. The idea is to support young people to meet with others around the world – others they wouldn’t typically have …
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.