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Kasunko Takes Over Chiefdom Activities Monitoring

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Kasunko Takes Over Chiefdom Activities Monitoring


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The chairman of the committee, Foday Moseray Kamara in his address to his audience last Wednesday in Fadugu town, Kasunko chiefdom emphasized the need for the committee to be committed to serve the people in the chiefdom. He said one of the major things that lacked was a link between community structures and Local Council, adding that there was no proper coordination but with the existence of the committee that gap has been filled.

Mohamed Mansaray, a Community Welfare and Mediation Committee member of Madina Kamandi village explained how their community has benefited from Fambul Tok initiative of working together without external support, adding that through community joint efforts they have constructed health facility.

Edward Kamara, Secretary of the committee told his audience how CWMCs worked towards community initiative to construct sectional town barray in Kagbasia village.

He explained how mediators settled a conflict that would have turned the whole chiefdom into chaos. He said people in different settlements (make shifts) had problem over land but through mediators they are today settled in Kakuthuhu village doing community work together

Councilor Ballay Mansaray of Ward 152 expressed gratitude to Fambul Tok, adding that development starts with communities.

She said the committee will serve as link and fills the vacuum that existed in the chiefdom, adding that it will also coordinate activities of community structures.

The Executive Director gave a brief background of the People’s Planning Process (PPP), an initiative developed by Fambul Tok in collaboration with Catalyst for Peace (CfP) for organizations to involve communities in the recovery process.

John Caulker said the formation of the Inclusive Committees at chiefdom level after the completion of its plan is to give the people the opportunity to lead and come up with strategies on how they can fund raise and implement their intended purposes.

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