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    Sierra Leone

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    come out. Unlike other civil wars, with one side clearly being the victim, both the rebels and the government in Serra Leone are guilty of brutally killing innocent citizens and forcing child to fight for their armies. If you did a google search of Sierra Leone you would find articles labeled “Blood Diamonds” and other things along those lines. Its obvious diamonds were somehow a factor, but what else was happening behind the scenes? Are we missing the bigger picture? The Revolutionary United Front

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    a. To the rest of the world, Sierra Leone is a third world country that was known for its devastating blood diamonds war. b. To me, it is home where I was born and the rest of my family is from. Imagine learning French at school, speaking English on the streets, speaking your parent’s ethnic language at home and speaking krio with your friends. These are one of the astonishing qualities of the Sierra Leone culture. c. Sierra Leone has many unique features that make it a culturally flavored country

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    Joseph Momoh was forced to keep the same corrupt government officials from the last administration. Momoh was liked by the Sierra Leaoneans because of his ties to the Army and he made speeches attacking the corruption in the government. The Cabinet members did not like Momoh for those exact reasons. An attempt to overthrow Momoh was staged in 1987 which ended in more than 60 government officials being arrested tried for their crimes. In 1991 Momoh revised the constitution making a multi-party system

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    Of Oak Stumps and Oil Pumps The Great Sierra Nevadas and Kern County are two strikingly different faces of California. The Sierra Nevadas, a natural refuge for a sizeable number of California’s wildlife, houses opportunities for harvesting lumber, a spiritual place to camp or hike on, and simply as an aesthetic marvel in contrast to LA’s bustling city streets. Kern County’s industrial benefits come from Black Gold, oil. The Kern River discovery started an oil boom, and a forest of wooden derricks

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    Sierra Leone

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    and welfare of woman and children within Sierra Leona for the purpose of this seminar paper the focus will be on UNICEF. Sierra Leona is located in West Africa with an estimated population of over 6.5 million that covers an area over 27,699 sq miles. Despite being a country rich in mineral resources, the vast majority of its people live in adverse poverty. It is one of the poorest countries in the world. In 2009 the Human Development Index (HDI) ranked Sierra Leon 158 out of the 169 nations. Life

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    Poverty In Sierra Leone

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    The Poverty in Sierra Leone In the world today, we are encountered by the different cultures, races, religions, and history of human civilization. A nation where one can get an education, find love, spend time with family, enjoy interests, and whatever their path desires. However, every country in the world is suffering from some type of problem that could be affecting an individual, a family member, a friend, or anyone of some sort. One huge issue we still face in this world is poverty, “a state

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    Sierra Leone Narrative

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    My mission to Sierra Leone Africa started when my pastor invited to go. One morning after morning prayer he asked me to stay after the prayer; “Eduardo, I was thinking to invite you to join the missionary group this summer,” my answer was fast “yes” I said with a smile in my face, in this moment a lot things came to my mind. My first motivation was to travel to a new country and to do missionary work was because I just use, to see when my family had a subscription to a magazine from Misioneros

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    realize is the hardships and turmoil that would be faced to ensure success. A prime example of this is seen in the country of Sierra Leone. Quite obvious, a country utilizes their main resources in order to gain status and power amongst the world. For example, some countries contain oil as their resource, while others may produce crops to provide for their country. In Sierra Leone, mines filled with diamonds were found to be the lucrative resource needed to give the country a chance at success. With

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    monitoring government programs. Sierra Club is a national organization in the United States dedicated to the preservation and expansion of the world's parks, wildlife, and wilderness areas. It was founded by a group led by the legendary Scottish-American conservationist John Muir in 1892 in California. More than 630,000 people made up of the Sierra Club and devoted to the protection, exploration, and enjoyment of the natural environment (“Sierra Club,” 2013). Time flies; the Sierra Club is now the nation’s

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    Sierra Leone, Overcoming Challenges

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    Free”, is the national anthem of a rich and diverse country named Sierra Leone (“Sierra Leone”, 2013). Many believe that the names of capital cities or specific emblems always have a meaning behind them, and that is the case for this country in particular. Although the country as a whole has suffered detrimental set backs in their economics system due to civil war, violence, and enclave production; there still exists a strong Sierra Leonean people and culture full of hope for a brighter future. Portuguese

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