Alhassan is an educator, child rights activist and climate change activist with a deep appreciation for volunteering, protecting nature and the environment. He graduated from the University of Sierra Leone where he studied history and sociology and later majored in Sociology. After graduation, he took the responsibility to serve his nation through the National Youth Service and was deployed in Kambia District where he served for a year and was working at the Kambia District Council as a Revenue Officer and later switched to work with the Environmental and Social Officer.
He served as a Teacher-Leader for two years, deployed by Teach for Sierra Leone to teach students between the ages of 8-10 years with different backgrounds in Port Loko District at the Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Primary School. He is passionate about creating engaging and interactive learning experiences that inspire his students to take action and make a difference in their communities. In addition to teaching, he is also a climate change activist and has worked with Earth Warriors to be trained as a climate educator.
In his effort to advocate for vulnerable children, he is the co-founder of Network for Child Support and Development Initiative-Sierra Leone which is a community-based organization in the Tree Planting community at Leicester. His aim is to make every child access to basic necessities. In a bid to actualize that, he has embarked on projects to support kids with learning materials as well as hygiene products in this community.
Adama Finda Borway
Adama is an advocate, development activist, and social entrepreneur. She is the Founder and Program Coordinator of Youth Empowerment Forum Sierra Leone, an Africa Matters Ambassador, and the representative for Sierra Leone at the ‘She Leads global girls and young women’ Advisory Board. Being of Kono descent, she has been working with young people to influence and create change in her community and the country as a whole. A generous and ambitious personality, Adama also became the first female President of the Children’s Forum Network, a child-led organization that was founded by the Ministry of Gender and Children’s Affairs.
Abdul Razak Conteh
Razak is a graduate of the University of Sierra Leone with a Master’s in Diplomacy and International Relations at Fourah Bay College. He also holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Peace and Conflict Studies at Fourah Bay College with Division One. Furthermore, he has a Diploma, with distinction, in Peace and Conflict Studies at Fourah Bay College.
His work with several organizations gives him the required tools to function and adapt well in any working environment. He worked as a Field Officer at Community Advocacy for Relief and Development Organization, where he also performed administrative duties as well. He also worked as an intern at Timap for Justice where he diligently executed the tasks assigned to him. He served as outsource remuneration officer at The Energy Nexus Network (TENN) where he was responsible for collecting data for TENN’s project of powering local entrepreneurship with solar energy.
Consultant – Social Worker
Alfred Allie, is a graduate of the University Of Sierra Leone, Fourah Bay College. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and Law. He has worked with several organizations which have made him gain a wealth of experience in social work and other fields. He has worked for Statistics Sierra Leone, where he served as an Enumerator on population and housing census 2014-2015. He also worked for Young Visionary Foundation, from 2017-2019 as a Youth Coordinator. He also worked for Sierra Leone Correctional Centre, as a case manager (intern) from 2018-2019, and also worked for National Civil Registration Authority (NCRA), as a Journal Entry officer, from 2021-2022.
Josephus is an experienced accountant with a demonstrable ability to work in the private sector and a proven track record of delivering financial management support for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of operations. He is a strong finance professional skilled in auditing, accounting and reporting, and analytical reviews; equipped with ACCA part qualification and a BSc. in Accounting and Finance from the University of Sierra Leone.
He has led and managed teams of Internal Auditors for 8 years in the banking sector in Sierra Leone and also managed an accounting function for another 4 years where he succeeded in preparing Accounts for 3 successive financial years that were Audited and resulted in ‘a True and View’ opinion by reputable external Auditors.
Josephus is also a passionate humanitarian that loves seeing less fortunate young people thrive in life. His company KB&T Accountancy provides accounting services for Sudu.