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PPRC Chairman - Hon. Justice Patrick Omalade HamiltonPPRC Chairman - Hon. Justice Patrick Omalade Hamilton


APPWA Convention at the Family Kingdom on the 21st and 22nd_November 2017APPWA Convention at the Family Kingdom on the 21st and 22nd November 2017


Cross_section_of_Members_discussing_the_way_forward_at_APPWA_convention_held_at_Family_Kingdom_on_the_21st_22nd_November_2017Cross section of Members discussing the way forward at APPWA convention held at Family Kingdom on the 21st 22nd November 2017


Swab team at work as political party members looks onParticipants at the Revised Code of conduct workshop at British Council on the 15th November 2017


PPRC revising the Political Parties Code of Conduct at the British CouncilPPRC revising the Political Parties Code of Conduct at the British Council



The Commission with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the project ‘conflict prevention and mitigation during the electoral cycle in Sierra Leone’ organized a two-day national delegate’s conference for the All Political Parties Women Association (APPWA). The conference attracted Five Hundred and Eighty-Eight (588) women from all the registered Political Parties drawn from the districts across the country.


The All Political Parties Women’s Association (APPWA) is a collection of the various women structures of the Political Parties that seek the welfare of women in politics by promoting, protecting and respecting their views. It was established in 2011 by the then four (4) active political parties in the country namely: All Peoples’ Congress (APC); National Democratic Alliance (NDA); Peoples’ Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC); and the Sierra Leone Peoples’ Party (SLPP) with the aim of working with their Political Parties, Electoral Management Bodies (EMB’s), National and International Organizations to achieve the following objectives:

A.  a.  To engage and raise the awareness of women on leadership, democratic principles  and the rule of law;

     b. To advocate for adherence to the tenets of good governance through the implementation of policies for the inclusion of women in politics, decision making and governance at all levels;

·         c. To work in solidarity and build women coalition/alliances around a shared cause and explore relationships between political party activists, elected officials and civil society to champion the increased participation of women in governance at all levels;

·       d. To build the capacity of women in political parties in order to sustain peace, stability and non-violence; 

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- Hon. Justice Patrick Omalade Hamilton

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- Mohamed N'fa Alie Conteh

- Alhaji Muctarr B. WilliamP-P0"

- Babatunde D R Pratt Esq.

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Haja Mariama Serray Kallay

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