Request for Proposal for Recruitment of a National Consultant to Develop Educational Materials on Climate Change in Sierra Leone

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Recruitment of a National Consultant to Develop Educational Materials on Climate Change in Sierra Leone Procurement Number: EPASL/CCS/RFP/2024/001 Date of First Issue: 5th February,2024 The Environment Protection Agency – Sierra Leone has received fund from a donor and is therefore hiring the services of a Local Consultant to develop Educational Materials on…

Request For Proposal for International Expert/ Firm on Charging, Renewable Energy Integration and Battery

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL International Expert/ Firm on Charging, Renewable Energy Integration and Battery for the ‘’Supporting Sierra Leone with the Shift to Electric Mobile’’ Project. Procurement Number: EPASL/PPR/GEF/RFP/011/2023 Date of First Issue: 20th November,2023 Sierra Leone has recently received funding from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to implement a project promoting electric mobility called “Supporting…

Sierra Leone joins ECOWAS Member States for the ratification of the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Treaty in Abuja

Sierra Leone delegation joins other ECOWAS Member States in a coordination meeting on the ratification of the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Treaty in Abuja, Nigeria from 20-22 November 2023. The BBNJ is a global treaty that seeks to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of the marine biodiversity of the areas beyond national jurisdiction…

Environment Protection Agency participates in developing an International Legally Binding Instrument on Plastic Pollution

As mandated by the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) resolution 5/14, countries including Sierra Leone, are currently gathered to negotiate a global treaty to end plastic pollution, including in the marine environment. The ongoing Third Session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC-3) to develop an International Legally Binding Instrument on Plastic Pollution including in the…

EPASL kick start rolling out of the mine rehabilitation and closure bonds for small & large-scale mining companies in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya There is no gainsaying that mining, especially for minerals is playing an important role in Sierra Leone’s economic development thereby significantly helping to raise and preserve people’s living standards in the country. There is also no contradictory fact that where these mining activities take place, the land is usually cleared of…