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Sierra Leone was a British colony, founded in 1787 for freed UK slaves. Employment is in agriculture and mining.
Population: 6 million.
Link man and correspondence team leader
CBM activities Annual visits. 10 Sunday Schools and CYCs with 400-500 children. CMaD schools in Freetown and Talia Makia.
Ecclesias Freetown, Kenema, Wanjamma, Talia Makia, Leicester, Bo, Halden Town Amputee Camp, Blama, Bunumbu, Nyanagoinhun, Boijabu (about 375 members in total)
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