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The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Dr. Fatima Maada Bio landed safely in Freetown following a very successful trip that took her to the Arabian Peninsula City of Doha in Qatar on the invitation of the Royal Family of Qatar.

While in Qatar among other programmes, Dr. Bio held an important closed-door meeting with Dr. Khalifa bin Jassem Al-Kuwari at the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD).

The QFFD is a public development institution committed, on behalf of the State of Qatar, to implement external aid projects with a priority on issues of education, health and economic empowerment.

Following the closed-door meeting at QFFD, she headed straight to the Multaqa; venue for the closing ceremony of the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH).

The Closing Ceremony of the successful WISH event was colourful and brilliant with the distinguished and globally acclaimed Sierra Leone First Lady prominently recognised.

The Queen of Qatar, Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser Al-Missned, together with the President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino flanked the Sierra Leone First Lady on the front row as the VVIPs watched the edifying proceedings.

Dr. Mrs. Maada Bio and her delegation are expected to depart Qatar for Sierra Leone soon after days of several successful engagements which commenced with her arrival in Qatar on 2nd October 2022.

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