Last update: Feb 20, 2020 Last update: 20 Feb, 2020


Sectors: Civil Society & NGOs, Humanitarian Aid & ... See more Civil Society & NGOs, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active


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Although Sierra Leone has abundant natural resources, the decade-long civil war severely devastated the country’s economy, destroyed infrastructure and caused large-scale human suffering. The global recession has hampered recent progress, which has decreased incoming capital. The country ranks 177 out of 187 countries on the 2013 UNDP Human Development Index.

WFP and other UN agencies support the Government of Sierra Leone in the implementation of its \'Agenda for Prosperity\' (2013-2018), which prioritizes agricultural and infrastructure development and works to improve social services through the UN Joint Transition Programme and the fifth component  of the Smallholder Commercialization Programme (Social Protection, Food Security and Productive Social Safety Nets).

The situation in Sierra Leone has significantly improved since 2002, due to increased security and peace-building efforts. In 2013, Sierra Leone was ranked the 59th most peaceful country out of 162 in the world by the Global Peace Index (GPI). The return of displaced rural populations to their homes has helped agricultural recovery across most of the country.

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