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Its CEO Reaffirms Continued Commitment

The CEO of Sewa Energy Resources SL Limited (SERL), Kofie Macauley, reaffirmed SERL’s commitment towards economic, social development, and environmental sustainability in a local Makeni stakeholder’s meeting on 4th of February 2021, that also presented the new Betmai Hydroelectric project being developed by SERL. See page 8 for more.

Sierra Leone Set to Launch Conservation Trust Fund Strategic Plan

The Executive Chairman of the Conservation Trust Fund (CTF), Martin Amara Foday has disclosed that the Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh has consented to officially launch the first-ever Conservation Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2021-2025 on Thursday March 18 2021 at the Bank Complex in Freetown. 

The CTF commenced operation effectively in 2017 following the enactment of the National Protected Area Authority and Conservation Trust Fund Act of 2012.

According to the Executive Chairman, a national consultant was hired in 2019 to put together a five-year strategic plan that will provide strategic operational direction for the CTF.

“Following rigorous consultations, the CTF Strategic Plan for 2021-2025 was developed with four strategic pillars: governance, resource mobilization, strategic partnership and program development,” Mr. Foday disclosed.

The strategic plan, he said, is in line with the nation’s mid-term national development plan and the SDGs.

The theme for the launch is: conserving our natural resources and it would be done through the Ministry of Environment with support from the European Union Delegation in Sierra Leone.

The CTF is one among six government agencies under the Ministry of Environment.

The CTF promotes biodiversity, conservation and wildlife management.

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