OUR VISION FUSLA envisions a Sierra Leone which can guarantee equal rights and access to resources and power in ways that everyone can realize their human dignity and potential regardless of sex, status or geography
The core of our strength is to address the issue of sexism from the basis of societal foundation by ensuring that Feminism is well understood in a way that people can identify with and take collective action towards achieving gender equality.
We seek to tap from our young and strong membership base in strengthening collectivity that will lead to the desired change. We also rely on partnership and support from like-minded movements through networking and regular collaboration of goals.
We collaboratively leverage our access, power, social media, and relationships to strategically influence policy and practice. We aim to advance feminist agendas through our work with policymakers, funders, and activists in Sierra Leone. We also work to influence feminist and women’s allies movements to strengthen our collective power and influence.
We seek to challenge, reform and rebrand perceptions which stem from the foundation of cultural, social and academic socialization processes. We seek to build allies with key agents of our socialization processes including the home and school to achieve the consciousness and collective drive which will eliminate patriarchy, sexism and systems of oppressions
We leverage on our convening power forming radical allies with like-minded movements to consolidate ideas and the feminism agenda in Sierra Leone and beyond.
We bring voices and efforts together that gear towards the common purpose of popularizing the feminism conversation by establishing what Feminism is and is not.
Theriyeh, an unapologetic Feminist and a Communications Professional brings years of professional experience development advocacy, women rights, gender equality and very passionate about telling human interest stories that challenge the pervasive notions of women. She relies on her strong background in Communications to advance her passion for social justice advocacy. She works as a Communications Manager for an INGO in both Sierra Leone and Liberia
Sibida is a Social Worker and change actor who believes in women's empowerment and gender equality . She aspire to see a world where both boys and girls are raised/ taught to be better regardless of their biological make-up
Makalay Saidiatu Sonda. is a communications specialist, a community development worker, feminist activist, an avid writer. She is passionate about women and girl child empowerment (especially rural women and girls). Makalay hopes to see a Sierra Leone where every girl child will be safe from abuse of any kind and where women have limitless possibilities to achieve their potentials and who they aspire to be. Makalay is also a Research And Teaching Assistant at Njala University and the Founder and Director of Moonteen an adolescent advocacy group on sexual reproductive health right issues.
Habiba Coker, a student at College Of Medicine & Allied Health Science, Faculty of Nursing. She is passionate about feminism because it helped her look at the world not as it is , but how it could be. She believe women should be given the same opportunity as men in all aspect of life ..
Theresa is a Law student at Fourah Bay College. She considers herself a liberal feminist who is passionate about feminism because the movement helps in supporting the equality of both sexes in all aspects of public and private life. Theresa is passionate about promoting issues of social justice and will love to see is that legal and social restrictions on females be removed in order to bring about equality at all levels.
Sulaiman is a student of Fourah Bay College and considers himself a radical feminist, Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador, Peace Practitioner, Anti FGM Campaigner, Human Rights Defender, Anti Child Marriage Campaigner, and Environmental Campaigner.
He is passionate about feminism because he believe that the feminist movement is the only route to achieving gender equality, and for men and women to live freer and more complete lives.
He believes in a world which can guarantee equality of sexes.
I am Fredrick Ndaloma is a third year student of Gender and Development studies at Fourah Bay College. He is passionate activist who believes in a society where all are equal, where all are free and deserve a chance to pursue their full measures of happiness.
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