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The foundation has four core programs around which all activities and projects will be based. These programs will exist in each country we operate. Each program will be piloted in one country for at least 3 years and after successful deployment and implementation, it will be duplicated into the other countries. LAM-TECH Foundation’s cause will be achieved by implementing the following programs, all under the umbrella of “Promoting Science and Technology Education in West Africa.” ... Read more...
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Mission and objectives of the organization LAM-TECH Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)-pending non-profit organization based in New York. New York purpose: dedicated to helping under-served students, teachers, and communities in West Africa to establish and operate energy-efficient and sustainable virtual science labs enabled by ICT. Our Mission is to promote and increase the use of available, sustainable, reliable ICT solutions to teach math, science and techn... Read more...
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What do you think about the current website? Do you like it or not? What else is missing? What features will you like to see on this website? We want to hear from now because this website is going to be revamped within the next 90 days.... Read more...
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Fourah Bay College Headlines

  • Awareness Times News Briefs from Sierra Leone - Awareness Times

    Awareness Times News Briefs from Sierra Leone
    Awareness Times
    A student of the African Studies Department, Fourah Bay College (FBC), Desmond Oluwola Eric Jones, has stoutly defended wild allegations against his lecturer, Mr. Michael Sam. In a recent radio programme, Mr. Sam, a lecturer of History of West Africa ...

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  • In Sierra Leone, Eastern Polytechnic Introduces Mass Communication - Awareness Times

    In Sierra Leone, Eastern Polytechnic Introduces Mass Communication
    Awareness Times
    ... Communication Specialists, amongst others in Sierra Leone. It is also designed to help students who wished to specialize in this discipline but find it difficult to travel and reside in Freetown to offer this course at the Fourah Bay College (FBC). ...

  • 50th Independence Anniversary: We Want to See Real Changes Mr. President - Sierra Express Media

    50th Independence Anniversary: We Want to See Real Changes Mr. President
    Sierra Express Media
    The APC government has actively participated in rigging student union elections at both college and national levels since it came to power in 2007. A blatant case was the 2010 Fourah Bay College (FBC) Students Union elections, where the government ...

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  • Politics of strange bedfellows - Cocorioko

    Cocorioko

    Politics of strange bedfellows
    Cocorioko
    Indeed, you are “self made” under the expenses of poverty-stricken Sierra Leoneans who could not afford a day's meal least to say to pay for their children education. Poor Kadi Sesay, an intellectual, former lecturer of Fourah bay College and former ...

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  • American Women Trace Origin in Sierra Leone - Awareness Times

    American Women Trace Origin in Sierra Leone
    Awareness Times
    Talking to this writer, she said they have made courtesy calls and held fruitful discussions with various women groups in Sierra Leone, including Partners Women Commission headed by Agnes Pessima of Fourah Bay College, the Sierra Leone Association of ...