Fambul Tok believes that linking reconciliation with development activities is essential to preserving the new peace. What do those community projects look like? In Madina, Malema chiefdom, Kailahun district, villagers have… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2010
Few stories from Sierra Leone’s terrible Civil War have resonated so deeply or so widely as the personal narrative of Ishmael Beah, author, human rights activist and former child soldier…. Read more »
In accepting Fambul Tok International’s invitation to serve on our Advisory Board, Benedict F. Sannoh, Chief Human Rights Officer of the United Nations Mission in Sudan and distinguished lawyer, activist… Read more »
STORIES OF FORGIVENESS Take a video journey through the planting, tending and harvesting of the Kunduma Village peace farm, where a war-torn community nurtures a new peace.
The Motonkoh community in Ribbi chiefdom, Moyamba district has come together to construct a health post that is expected to serve hundreds of villagers. The brilliant idea emerged from various… Read more »
It is now an open secret that communities are using Fambul Tok initiative to embark on development. Immediately after traditional ceremonies, villagers organize themselves to be actively involved in rebuilding… Read more »
John Caulker will address the International Peace Institute and UN Peacebuilding Support Office consultation on Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding on July 22, 2010. To learn more, contact us.
Editor’s note: Veronica Geretz, a Masters student at the Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego, is interning with Fambul Tok in Sierra Leone for the… Read more »
‘Family Talk’ Heals Old Civil War Wounds in Rural Sierra Leone. Read and listen to VOA News’ recent story on Fambul Tok. Photo: F. Thompson, VOA Fid Thompson | Dugba-yeima,… Read more »
“Former Revolutionary United Front (RUF) abductee, Momodu K has asked family members of the late Madam Danka Kamara to forgive him,” begins an article from Sierra Leone’s Concord Times from… Read more »
PPP News and Events
Fambul Tok field staff facilitated the formation of Peace Mothers groups in Kowama, Njagnema , Yelima and Ngolahun sections in the Kamajei Chiefdom in Moyamba District in southern Sierra Leone. The Peace Mother coordination team visited 27 villages in the four sections in the Kamajei chiefdom and held preparedness... Read More >
Today, as we celebrate the International Day of Peace on the theme Shaping Peace Together, we are committing to spreading compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fambul Tok calls for Political tolerance, peace and national cohesion in Sierra Leone. Fambul Tok calls on... Read More >