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Activities 2003:

posted May 13, 2012, 12:40 PM by Aspir International



In 2003 was the construction of a Community Center in Kailahun town – Kailahun District, Sierra Leone.  The funding for the construction was provided by UNAMSIL/DDR.  One of the main activities in 2004 was ASPIR seeking additional funding for remaining labor to clear the center’s playing fields and for center materials such as sports equipment and extra library books.  On October 10th, 2003 ASPIR Kailahun members organized a meeting with the Kailahun District Youths to discuss the youths’ participation in the remaining labor to clear the center’s playing fields.  The Kailahun District Youths requested LE 3, 500,000 as payment for their labor to clear the remaining areas of the playing fields.  ASPIR was unable at that point in time to provide the requested payment for labor, therefore, ASPIR members and other interested members of Kailahun community are provided their labor in 2004 to clear the playing fields a little at a time.

 ASPIR signed a contract with CRS/SL (Catholic Relief Services of Sierra Leone) to be its partner for psych-social activities from August 2003 through January 2004 in Largo Refugee Camp in the Kenema region of Sierra Leone.


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