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Rural Initiative for Sustainable Empowerment (RISE)

Freetown, Sierra Leone
Joined November 2017

We work in the South. We implement projects in agriculture, health, education, child protection, processing and marketing of crop yield. We do it by rural community participation for development.

Presence in: Sierra Leone
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Education, Land & Natural Resources, Women's Rights

Harness the endowed natural resources in Sierra Leone commencing with land and water, promote sustainable traditional cultivation patterns and the adoption of appropriate technological processing ventures to empower the average Sierra Leonean acquire wealth through pro – poor market access

People Associated With This Organization

Mohamed Amidu Kabba

Sierra Leone  
Rural Initiative for Sustainable...
Joined November 2017
Interests: Economic Empowerment
I am CEO of a National Non Governmental Organization (NNGO) with head office in Bo City, Southern Sierra Leone. My expertise is project management generally and this organization is legally recognized by the Government of Sierra Leone since the Minister of Finance and Economic Development signs the Registration Certificate after rigorous scrutiny of at least 18 required documents including Attestation from SLANGO by the NGO Coordination Unit. I was born in the Eastern Region of Sierra Leone in Panguma Town, Lower Bambara Chiefdom on the 28th March 1964. I currently hold a Bachelors Degree in Education (Chemistry Major and Mathematics Minor) and Master of Business Administration (Project Management). I am looking for approaches, strategies, policies and activities that could help actualize my NGO's vision statement "A Sierra Leone where the citizens take take a lead in the productive sector meeting their livelihood aspirations and economically empowered to promote peace and justice.
Mohamed Amidu Kabba is the network champion (main point of contact) for Rural Initiative for Sustainable Empowerment (RISE).

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