The women of Sierra Leone suffered uniquely during the 11-year civil war, yet they are now leading the way to peace in their country. Calling themselves “Peace Mothers” their courageous… Read more »
Posts Tagged: film
Award-Winning Fambul Tok Documentary Celebrates Home DVD Launch!
In the middle of a critically acclaimed festival run and having just kicked off an international community screenings campaign, Fambul Tok is now available on home DVD! You can order your… Read more »
Announcing Fambul Tok’s European Premiere!
We are thrilled to announce that Fambul Tok will have its European Premiere at the Raindance Film Festival on September 29, 2011 at 4:30PM, at the Apollo Piccadilly Circus theater…. Read more »
Fambul Tok Wins SIGNIS Award at Zanzibar International Film Festival
The SIGNIS Jury at the 14th Annual Zanzibar International Film Festival in Tanzania has recognized Fambul Tok with the prestigious SIGNIS Award. On June 25, 2011, the jury announced their decision… Read more »
African premiere of Fambul Tok (the film)
On the evening of March 22, hundreds of people swarmed the town of Bomaru, a small town in the eastern corner of Sierra Leone, near the Liberian border. They came… Read more »
PPP News and Events
Training for Community Welfare and Mediation Committee members/Peace Mothers animators in Sanda Taindaren
Training sessions for members of the Community Welfare and Mediation Committee (CWMC)members and Peace mothers’ animators have started in Kalangba section,Sanda Taindaren chiefdom,Karene district.It was held in Mathoir village where participants were drawn from fifteen villages. In his address,Acting section chief Amadu Kargbo said it was a dream come... Read More >
Former fighter reconciles with community members
Former rebel fighter in Sierra Leone’s civil war Bockarie Marah has asked his people of Sengbeh chiefdom,Koinadugu district to forgive him in the interest of peace and national cohesion.He was testifying during burn fire ceremony in Gbenikoro village very recently. He said he was absent during traditional reconciliation ceremonies... Read More >