This United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) publication, 'Elections and Conflict Prevention: A Guide To Analysis, Planning and Programming' (Identified throughout as the 'Guide'), is designed as a knowledge product for practitioners in the field of governanc
In New York last July, The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and i spoke of the need to encourage the international community to accelerate progress on the Millennium Development Goals.
Nine years ago, world leaders set far-sighted goals to free a major portion of humanity from the shackles of extreme poverty, hunger, illiteracy and disease.
This paper is a quick reference guide for gauging Sierra Leone's economic, social and political performance as seen through international indices or other assessment processes.
Sierra Leone receives important aid inflows from the bilateral and multilateral donor community.
At the launching of the Vision 2025 Project on the 15th March 2001, I had observed that, "No lasting achievement is possible without a vision and no vision can become real without action and responsibility".
In the course of implementing our first Poverty Reduction Strategy, considerable progress was made in key areas, especially in consolidating peace and security after a decade long civil conflict.
We, the UN organisations, agencies and programmes working in Sierra Leone recognise our joint responsibility for a fully integrated peacebuilding mission as called for by the UN Security Council and agree to combine our efforts and resources behind this Joint Vision in
The Sierra Leone Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding Assessment examines how environmental governance and natural resource management will play a vital role in undertaking Sierra Leone’s Agenda for Change.
I have the honour, as the Head of State of the Republic of Sierra Leone to share with you the second Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) Report on behalf of the Government and people of the Republic of Sierra leone.
The General Assembly resolution A/RES/62/208 on the triennial comprehensive policy review underscored that the Resident Coordinator, supported by the United Nations Country Team, should report to national authorities on progress made against results agreed in the Unite
Persons with disabilites worldwide continue to face rampant discrimination, In Sierra Leone, the rights of persons with disabilities had not been given the requisite attention for many years.
Fair and effective corrections systems are a basis for just societies, a measure of their humanity and an important element of a safe and secure environment.
Supporting improvements in the corrections system is part of the mandate of the Human Rights Section of UNIPSIL (UNIPIL HRS), the United Nations Integrated Peace Building Office in Sierra Leone.