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Procurement

The Procurement Unit Officer/ Tommy Steven Sandi The Procurement Officer ensures that all procuring entities establish procurement units with persons trained and knowledgeable in procurement and charged with carrying out, on an ongoing basis, functions related to procurement. What We Do The department develops, implement and review the City Council’s Procurement Strategy and associated policies […]

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Information, Education, and Communication Officer 

The Information, Education, and Communication Officer | Koma Hassan-Kamara The Department of Information, Education and Communication is a trusted overseer of information technology and promoter for innovation. Enabling city operations by constantly providing consistent and secure services, innovative solutions, and best customer service. What We Do: The Information Officer is responsible for performing all technology and

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Administration

Chief Administrator / Raman Tom The Department of the Freetown City Council (FCC) Administration ensures the efficient performance of all departments within the FCC. The department supervises and coordinates the activities of the other staff and Departments of the local council. What we do The Chief Administrative Officer is responsible for financial and other resource management

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Freetown Sanitation target of at least 60% of solid and liquid waste is safely collected and disposed off.

One of the #TransformFreetown Sanitation targets is “to ensure that at least 60% of solid and liquid waste is safely collected, managed and disposed of”. In order to address the liquid waste element of that target, with funding from FCDO and with GOAL SL as implementing partner, FCC built and started operating Freetown’s first ever

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Freetown City Council Spreads Joy with New Year’s Party for 150 Children

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, the Freetown City Council orchestrated a delightful New Year’s Party that brought joy to the lives of approximately 150 children. The event, held on the 8th of January, proved to be a resounding success, leaving an indelible mark on the young attendees and fostering a sense of unity

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Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr Marks 25th Anniversary of January 6th with War Amputees

On the solemn occasion of the 25th anniversary of the tragic events of January 6th, 1999, Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr joined the executive committee and members of the War Amputees and War Wounded Association. The gathering, hosted by Melqosh Mission International, an organization led by Pastor Faith Okafor-Smart, is dedicated to serving amputees and children of

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Happy International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day! Freetown is joining 23 other global cities in The Carter Center’s Inform Women, Transform Lives campaign to advance women’s fundamental right of access to information. Freetown is committed to empowering women through information! #Info4Women #IWD2023@theyeamathompson Information is the key! With information, women have the power to access city services that benefit

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Wellington Explosion Aftermath, FCC’s Disaster Response Continues

In the aftermath of the Wellington explosion, FCC’s Disaster Response Continues It has been a little over three months since the tragic fuel tanker explosion at PMB Wellington. Yet, our efforts to support struggling victims and their families have not ceased. Together with the Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA), we have provided direct

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