Sarah Kamara is a paralegal with Namati in Sierra Leone. She began her career as a community-based paralegal with BRAC Sierra Leone, working on human rights and gender issues. She has also worked with AdvocAid on the “Right of Female Accused Persons” Project – helping women in detention to access their rights as detainees.
Sarah holds a Higher Teacher’s Certificate in Social Studies / Government from Milton Margai College of Education and Technology.
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