Welcome

The Technical Advisory Board and Management of Network AID welcome and thank you for your time, courage and trust for visiting our website and other social media handle for reference, research, and educational purposes. We hope this site provide the relevant information needed and serves you well. We seek your kind donation to allow us; through you  reach more deserving  illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disabilities, and deprived children.

About Us

Network AID seeks to enhance the welfare and well-being of illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disability and deprived children to have a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where they are recognized, respected and identity protected. 


Our Up Coming International Events

  1. International Conference On Pro-Poor  Micro-Finance
  2. International Anti Corruption Youth Conference
  3.  Youths With Skills Regional Seminar
  4. Prestigious Illiterate Women Award
  5. Identity Matters For All Seminar-Leave No One Behind
  6. Girls 4 Girls Regional Conference
  7. International Conference on Disabilities
  8. Our Voices Matters Caravan 



APPLY NOW

Currently recruiting for the following position:

  1. Chief MEAL Coordinator
  2. Chief Programme Quality Coordinator
  3. Chief Finance Coordinator
  4. Chief Partnership and #Communication Coordinator
  5. Chief Fundraising Coordinator

send email to jobs@network-aid.org specify the position and request for application form 



DONATE

Network AID needs your passionate contributions (In-Kind or Cash) to improve the lives of many. Imagine what your contribution can do in putting smiles on the faces of many. 


We are excited to present to you Monica Yeanie Ghaliwa,

CEO Inspiration for Human Development. The first female blind journalist in Sierra Leone; 1st Runners-up housemates Salone 2019 reality TV show; Women, Girls, and Children with Disabilities activist; and now Network AID Goodwill Ambassador.

1. HOW MANY MORE 🔪 BEFORE ACTION  IS TAKEN? 2. Who benefits from carrying out Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting (FGM/C)?

I wake up with these two questions above in my mind after pondering the whole night on the spate of FGM in the Country and the untold disability it has caused in the lives of so many women and girls. I thought of the 15-year-old at the Kailahun government hospital with a catheter and leaking parts because her parents chose to have her cut. The lifeless body of the 21-year-old lying in the Bo Government Hospital mortuary awaiting an autopsy haunts my thoughts.


High Qaulity Low Literate Animation on Identity Is A Right-Go For It

Call for

Peace Message

60 Seconds - What Identity Means To Me

Khadijah's Thought

60 Seconds - What Identity Means To Me

Mohamed Barrie Speaks On IOM Role

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DISCLAIMER

Network AID as an organisation is aware and thorough of any information and links provided and available on the site and our mobile application, yet we cannot guarantee third party links and information on their website and any other media.


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