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BLPSL Beneficiaries Score 95% For 2019/2020 Academic School Year
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BLPSL Beneficiaries Score 95% For 2019/2020 Academic School Year

Covid-19 brought enormous economic and social stress, the academic disruption was not excluded. Schools were shutdown in Sierra Leone like in many other countries in Africa. The difficulties were even more challenging as most African States could not afford the luxury of home schooling due to lack on infrastructure and access to the internet. People...

BLP Students Fulfill Academic Matriculation at SLOIC Makeni October 15, 2020
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BLP Students Fulfill Academic Matriculation at SLOIC Makeni October 15, 2020

On October 15, 2020, seven Bright Light Projects Sierra Leone (BLPSL) beneficiaries, all students at the Sierra Leone Opportunities & Industrialization Centre (SLOIC) in Makeni fulfilled their Academic Matriculation protocols. This event usually marks the validation and official academic acceptance after fulfilling the required credits and practicals hours to be recognized as a full student...

Phase 2 of Covid-19 Community Sensitization Campaign in BLP operational  Communities is A Milestone – Sierra Leone
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Phase 2 of Covid-19 Community Sensitization Campaign in BLP operational Communities is A Milestone – Sierra Leone

Welcome to Bright Light Projects September 2020 Newsletter, Upholding Sensitive Prevention and Control to Curtail the Spread of COVID-19 Virus in BLP operational Communities” is part of our WASH Initiative in helping communities improve long-term proper Hygiene and Sanitation practices in their communities thereby encouraging healthy living improving the livelihood for all citizens. The month...

BLP Kicks off Phase 2 of Sensitization Campaign With “Training The Trainers” as BLP Community Youth Ambassadors to Combat Covid-19
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BLP Kicks off Phase 2 of Sensitization Campaign With “Training The Trainers” as BLP Community Youth Ambassadors to Combat Covid-19

Welcome to Bright Light Projects August 2020 Newsletter, BLP’s approach to Covid-19 is a long-term sustained intervention making sure our flagship WASH programs are fully integrated into our Covid-19 sensitization initiative. BLP plans to make our Covid-19 campaign become part of the daily lives for our communities. We must think beyond this pandemic to overcome...

BLP Completes Phase 1 of COVID-19 Sensitization in BLP Operational Communities in Sierra Leone
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BLP Completes Phase 1 of COVID-19 Sensitization in BLP Operational Communities in Sierra Leone

Welcome to Bright Light Projects July 2020 Newsletter, Proper Hygiene and Sanitation are at the forefront fighting COVID -19. Bright Light Projects Sierra Leone (BLPSL) completed Phase 1 of ” Upholding Sensitive Prevention and Control to curtail the Spread of COVID-19 virus in BLP operational Communities in Sierra Leone” was a great success. On May...

Monitoring by BLPSL team is key in achieving Success – Lower John Street in Makeni Sierra Leone
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Monitoring by BLPSL team is key in achieving Success – Lower John Street in Makeni Sierra Leone

BLPSL team in Bombali District (Makeni) providing constant support at school and at home. At school to check academic progress, at home providing psychosocial counseling to beneficiaries and their caregivers. Routine monitoring is key to achieving success in our programs especially on Mend the Gap Schooling program for vulnerable Ebola orphans program

Meet Fatmata Kallon of Kissy Town Western Rural District- Waterloo Sierra Leone
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Meet Fatmata Kallon of Kissy Town Western Rural District- Waterloo Sierra Leone

Fatmata Kallon is a 19-year-old girl from Kissy Town in the Western Rural District of Sierra Leone. She lost her mother (the only breadwinner) and siblings to Ebola. Left with no support, she dropped out of school and was discovered during BLPSL vulnerability assessments qualifying her as a beneficiary. She had expressed the desire to...

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