Freetown/New York, 10 Oct 2008 – The Revised Priority Plan for the Peacebuilding Fund in Sierra Leone, with its five strategic priority areas in support of the ongoing peacebuilding process in the country, has been approved. The five priority areas are: Youth Empowerment and Employment, Democracy and Good Governance, Justice and Security, Support to Increased Energy and Capacity Building of Public Administration.
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Revised Sierra Leone PBF Priority Plan approved