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World Bank Fields SP & Labour Mission to NaCSA

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The World Bank Social Protection and Labour Mission visited NaCSA to further assess the implementation of the Social Safety Net programme that deals mainly with unconditional cash transfers to communities in the nine beneficiary districts in Sierra Leone.

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NaCSA Gold Star & ACC Compliance Awards

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The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) ended a week long participatory assessment for 355 exempted Liberia refugees and other nationals across the country.

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NaCSA & UNHCR Conclude Refugee Assessment

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The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) ended a week long participatory assessment for 355 exempted Liberia refugees and other nationals across the country.

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KfW Grants Over €10M Boost to NaCSA

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The German Development Bank (KfW) Programme Appraisal Mission consisting of Dr. Frank Weiler (Team Leader, Governance West Africa) and Dr. Stefan Lindemann (Project Manager, Governance West Africa) concluded a week long (27 Nov–2 Dec. 2016) mission in Sierra Leone for the promotion of the third phase of the Pro-Poor Growth for Peace Consolidation programme (GPC III) implemented by the National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA).

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KfW Assesses NaCSA's Capacity

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In preparation for Phase III of the implementation of the programme for the promotion of Pro-Poor Growth for Peace Consolidation (GPC III) in Sierra Leone, the German Development Bank (KfW) has conducted a study to evaluate NaCSA’s current capacities as a project-executing agency and to make concrete recommendations on how to improve the status quo.

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Final RE-SSN Payment

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The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has over the weekend concluded the quarterly Cash Transfers to extremely poor Ebola households in Bo, Kenema, Kailahun, Port Loko, Tonkolili districts and the Western Urban.

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UNHCR 66th Session

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Sierra Leone Embraces Refugees and Stateless Persons The Government of Sierra Leone deeply reaffirms its commitments in the provision of international protection to refugees and other persons of concern. This is according to the Minister of Inter Affairs, Hon Joseph Bandabla Dauda.

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Mid-Year Stocktake

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The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has validated the findings of the just concluded midyear stock take exercise. The one day presentation meeting which took place at the NaCSA conference room in Freetown brought together a host of participants from Parliament, State House and other relevant Government institutions.

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Performance Contracting

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As part of growing efforts to improve on the general service delivery of Government institutions, Heads of various Agencies and Commissions on Friday 28th August 2015 concluded a three day Performance Management Capacity Building workshop in Bo City.

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Signing of MOU between NaCSA & World Vision International

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Two “great leaders” of two “giant institutions” have signed an MOU to foster their common institutional interests.

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NaCSA Set to Provide Unconditional Cash Transfer to Extremely Poor

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As part of the growing efforts to tackle poverty and ensure Socio Economic development in the country, the National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) is set to provide income support to 13,000 extremely poor households. The two year pilot programme will be implemented in Bombali, Kono, Moyamba and the Western Rural districts.

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NaCSA Boosts Ebola Affected Households

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Amidst the scourge of the Ebola effects in the country, authorities in the South/Eastern provinces have collectively expressed appreciation to NaCSA for what they described as a timely gesture demonstrated by the commission in helping to alleviate the socio-economic plight of the people in that part of the country.

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