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In the morning hours of Saturday 4th September 2021, Sierra Leone’s National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) received distress calls from residents of No. 14 Kissy Road in Freetown notifying the Agency about the collapse of a building that was predominantly used as a store and for business purposes. NDMA’s Director-General, Lit. Gen. (Rtd) Brima Sesay,...
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Chinese Embassy, Spur Loop, Freetown, 1st September 2021 — Director General of the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA), Lt. General (Rtd) Brima Sesay together with a cross section of staff of the NDMA, on Wednesday paid a courtesy call on Chinese Ambassador Hu Zhangliang at his Spur Loop office in Freetown. Welcoming the NDMA delegation,...
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Pultney Street, Freetown, 27th August 2021 — His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio on Friday bequeathed King Jimmy (Belgium) fire victims with a cheque of Le10 million each to succour the devastating effect of the fire outbreak that ravaged their businesses and livelihoods on 5th March 2021. The incident was immediately reported to the National...
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Consequent to reports of a collapsed retaining wall that fell off one bed-room apartment beneath the wall and destroyed it completely at Owen Street on Sunday 22nd August 2021, the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) discharged its Directorate of Risk Reduction and Preparedness to visit the scene and ascertain the actual cause of the collapse...
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The National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) on Sunday 15th August 2021 through its Directorates of Risk Reduction and Preparedness, and Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, visited Bololo Community (Back of Syke Street), to assess the magnitude of damage caused by a cracked building that was reported by NDMA community volunteers. According to the Director of Risk...
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Sierra Leoneans will remember August 14, 2017, as the anniversary of the horrifying mudslide disaster, when as many as 1,500 people died and hundreds more lost their homes under mountains of mud. The disaster, which caused the Mount Sugar Loaf to slide into the Regent Village locality affecting downstream communities like Kaningo, Kamayama and Lumley,...
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Following occurrences of disasters mainly from windstorms in Kailahun District on the 9th and 10th June 2021, the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) on Friday 6th August 2021 dispatched its Directorate of Response, headed by the Director Sinneh Mansaray, to the Eastern District in a bid to verify and assess the full extent of the...
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NDMA Conference Room, Aberdeen, Freetown, Tuesday 3rd August, 2021 – In a bid to foster effective collaboration with Agencies that are crucial to the management of disasters in Sierra Leone, the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) today engaged the Meteorological Agency (Met Agency) to devise strategies of informing the public on early warning signs in...
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