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Encyclopedia > University of Sierra Leone

The University of Sierra Leone is the name of the former unitary public university system in Sierra Leone, which, as of May 2005, was reconstitued into the individual colleges of Fourah Bay College and Njala University college. 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


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African Studies Center | Sierra Leone Page (435 words)
On 22 October 1999, the Security Council established UNAMSIL (United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone) to cooperate with the Government and the other parties in implementing the Lome Peace Agreement and to assist in the implementation of the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration plan.
On 27th March, 1963, the Bank of Sierra Leone Act became law and the Bank began operation on 4th August, 1964, the day Sierra Leone changed to the decimal system of currency.
The Center for Media, Technology and Education (C-MET) is an NGO established in Freetown in June 2000 with a mission to build Sierra Leone's media capacity through training and education in new technologies and human rights awareness.
Two sides of Sierra Leone (1600 words)
Sierra Leone, a former British colony located on the West Coast of Africa is gradually recovering from a gruesome armed conflict that claimed the lives of thousands and left thousands more handicapped while a section of the society is left homeless and forced to live in displaced camps.
Sierra Leone was orginally a colony for newly freed fl slaves and for fls that had fought with the British againist the Americans in the American War of Independence.
Sierra Leone is famous for its beaches on the mainland and on the island of Bonthe, orginally known as Sherbo island and containing the two chieftancies of Sitia and Ndema.
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