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Report on the incident of police arrest and highhanded measure of fifty seven citizens in Malen Chiefdom, Pujehun district.

On the 9th of December 2013, in the early morning hours, Green Scenery office in Freetown
received a call from Malen chiefdom stating that a squad of Operations Special Division (OSD)
from Bo have arrested and manhandled an unspecified number of people at a location called
Libby junction, en route to Sahn Malen, the chiefdom head quarter town. Upon receipt of the
information the Research and Information gathering Officer was detailed to take over and plan
for a fact finding trip to the region. This report looks at the incident from all possible

TECHNICAL FINAL REPORT Basic data Name and country of organisation: Green Scenery, Sierra Leone

 
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1) please do not exceed 15 pages for this report. In case you really need more space, then 
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2) consider the entire project period, not just the period since the last progress report. 
 
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outputs (reports, publications) that cannot be sent electronically, please send a hard copy 
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 IUCN NL, Plantage Middenlaan 2K, 1018 DD Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 

Spatial Monitoring Report on SOCFIN Agricultural Company Sierra Leone Ltd. in Malen Chiefdom, Pujehun District, Sierra Leone

GREEN SCENERY’S MISSION 
 
 
Green Scenery strives to build capacities for positive attitude and behavior change towards
human rights, peace and development in and across communities in Sierra Leone through a
process that empowers people and adds value to their lives by: 

REPORT ON PROJECT AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR BO AND BOMBALI DISTRICTS

A two days training workshop in Project and Financial Management training was conducted by Green Scenery Sierra Leone to build the capacity of participants drawn from the city councils of Bo and Makeni, District Councils of Bo and Bombali and  Provincial Secretary’s offices North and South.

The training is one of the ongoing activities of the peace building projects designed for Bo and Bombali districts respectively.

Base Line Study for Gbongboma, Baimbe and Mosando on Bonthe Island

In 2011, Finn Church Aid (FCA) agreed to support communities on Bonthe Island with climate change
adaptation by assisting island communities with diverse support that will increase on their coping
mechanism as climate change, especially sea level rise impacts on their vulnerability. The FCA support
materialised as a result of recommendations of a scoping study on the Island conducted conjointly by
FCA and Green Scenery.  The first phase of support effectively started in 2012 with full activities and a
pilot project. 

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