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This series of four editions of the Borderlines was published as a part of the Regional Youth Initiative of the World Bank Civil Society Fund. The newsletter presents salient voices, views and concerns of vulnerable youth residing along the volatile post-conflict Mano River border communities which had served as intensive conflict zones and flashpoints during the war and peace keeping periods in the three Mano River Union countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Issues are in English and French.

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Border livelihood challenges (English)

News: Prospects for youth empowerment at Rokupr; by Aiah Steven Ngaujah. Opportunities and constraints to youth employment in Rokupr. Constraints of plantations owners in kailahun district. ... See More +

Newsletter 45002 APR 01, 2008

Ngaujah, Aiah Steven; Jalloh, Agibu; Disclosed

Border governance challenges (English)

News: What it takes for citizens to demand state accountability; by Sidie Sheriff, and Albert Ansu. Civic engagement in the tri-border communities; by George Khoryama, and Sidie Sheriff. ... See More +

Newsletter 45001 MAR 01, 2008

Sheriff, Sidie; Ansu, Albert; Khoryama, George; Bah, Alpha Amadu; Disclosed

Border economic challenges (English)

News: Liberian dollar penetrates deep into Sierra Leone; by Sidie Sheriff. Bad roads threaten border farmers and traders; by Sheikh Bawok. Rose Nadia : the roaming banker; by Sheikh Bawok. ... See More +

Newsletter 45000 FEB 01, 2008

Sheriff, Sidie; Bawok, Sheikh; Disclosed

Youth and border security (English)

News: The Yenga dispute hinders border economic prospects; by Sheikh Bawoh. Gauging life and feelings in Yenga under occupation; by Mohamed Fofanah. ... See More +

Newsletter 44999 JAN 01, 2008

Bawoh, Sheikh; Fofanah, Mohamed; Bah, Alpha Amadu; Disclosed