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Sierra Leone (Salona in Krio language) is a West African country

  1. Sierra Leonean capital is Freetown
  2. Largest Sierra Leonean cities by population:
    1. Freetown (West urban district, 1 million inhabitants)
    2. Bo (Bo district, 150,000 inhabitants)
    3. Kenema (Kenema district, 129,000 inhabitants)
    4. Makeni (Bo district, 83,000)
    5. Koidu Town (Kono district, 80,000)
    6. Lunsar (Port Loko district, 24,000 inhabitants)
    7. Port Loko (Port Loko district, 23,000 inhabitants)
    8. Pandebu-Tokpombu (Kenema district, 20,000 inhabitants)
    9. Kabala (Koinadugu district, 19,000 inhabitants)
  3. Main Sierra Leonean economic activities: gold and diamond mining
  4. Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world
  5. 66% of Sierra Leonean adult are illiterate
  6. Sierra Leone share borders with Guinea (Guéckédou) and Liberia

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  2. Doctorates: African Business, Foreign Trade, International Logistics

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  1. Total Sierra Leonean area: 71,740 square kilometres
  2. Total Sierra Leonean population: 7 million inhabitants
    1. 2000: 4 million inhabitants
    2. Average density: 76 inhabitants per square kilometer
    3. In 2008, 37% of Sierra Leonean married women were in polygamous union
  3. Climate: tropical
  4. Calling code of Sierra Leone: 232
  5. Country code top-level domain Sierra Leonean: .sl
  6. Currency of Sierra Leone: Leone

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Provinces of the Republic of Sierra Leone

The four provinces of the Republic of Sierra Leone are:

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  1. West Zone
    1. Urban district (Freetown)
    2. Rural district (Waterloo)
  2. East province (landlocked). The districts of the East province are:
    1. Kailahun (Kailahun)
    2. Kenema (Kenema)
    3. Kono (Koidu)
  3. Southern Province. The districts of the Southern Province are:
    1. Bo (Bo)
    2. Bonthe (Bonthe)
    3. Moyamba (Moyamba)
    4. Pujehun (Pujehun)
  4. North province. The districts of the North province are:
    1. Bombali (Makeni)
    2. Kambia (Kambia)
    3. Koinadugu (Kabala)
    4. Port Loko
    5. Tonkolili (Magburaka)

Economic Integration Organisations (Sierra Leone)

  1. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  2. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)
  3. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  4. Mano River Union (MRU)

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  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  3. New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

ECOWAS Economic Community of West African States (e-Master)

Logistics in Sierra Leone:

Sierra Leone has the largest African natural port

  1. Main port cities: Bonthe, Freetown, Sherbro Island and Pepel.
  2. 800 kilometres of navigable waterways in Sierra Leone

Access to Dakar-Lagos Corridor

Dakar-Lagos Corridor (Trans-African Highway)

  1. Roads: Conakry (Guinea) and Monrovia (Liberia)

Lungi International Airport

Religion in Sierra Leone

  1. Islam (78% of Sierra Leonean population)
  2. African Traditional Religions
  3. Christianity (21%)

Peaceful coexistence between Muslims and Christians

Main languages and ethnicities Sierra Leonean

The official language of Sierra Leone is English (only spoken by 15% of Sierra Leonean).

Sierra Leonean African languages (in million speakers):

  1. Krio (Creole, Niger-Congolese) is spoken by 90% of Sierra Leonean
  2. Mendé (30% of the population)
  3. Temne (25% of the population)

More than sixteen ethnicities live in Sierra Leone.

  1. Temne (North of Sierra Leone and Freetown, represent 35% of the population, 85% are Muslims)
  2. Mende (South-east of Sierra Leone, 31% of the population, 70% are Muslims)

Krio (descendants of freed African-American and Antillean slaves) are an important minority.

History of Sierra Leone

  1. 15th Century: occupation of Sierra Leone by Mandinka, Mendé, Temne and Soussou
  2. 1460:  arrival of the first Portuguese
  3. 16th Century: Slave Trade
  4. 1787: Freetown is bought by the English. Former slaves importation
  5. 1792: British colony
  6. 1961: Independence from the United Kingdom
  7. 1991 - 2002: Sierra Leonean civil war (soldier childs)
  8. 2014: Ebola hatching
  9. Sierra Leone is currently at peace

Higher Education in Sierra Leone

  1. Fourah Bay College (the oldest West African University, founded by the English in 1827)
  2. University of Makeni
  3. University of Njala (Bo district)

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