Learning labs

Sharing knowledge and learning is at the heart of SABI and is integrated at all levels of the programme.

We will continuously communicate and extend the lessons and knowledge generated by the programme to service providers and other development partners.

Our knowledge management and communications strategy focus largely on the gathering and sharing of lessons learned and best practice, of what works and what does not, and why, when it comes to improving voice and accountability for improved service delivery in Sierra Leone.

Visit this page regularly to find out more about the approaches and impact of SABI.

Resources and how to guides

Impact of Wi di Pipul – according to listeners

Posted in Case Studies| Resources

Wi Di Pipul, a BBC Media Action show produced as part of the SABI project, was broadcast for the last

SABI meets the President of Sierra Leone

President visits SABI stand at PRP closing event

Posted in Case Studies| Resources

His Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone, was reportedly ‘very impressed’ and ‘engaged’ with SABI’s initial progress

SABI car parked at community meeting

Community hit hard by Ebola begins discussions for new health centre after 20 year wait

Posted in Case Studies| Resources

After almost 20 years without a suitable health centre, a Western Rural District community in Sierra Leone is redoubling its

School girls in Sierra Leone

Secret societies to stop initiating girls during school terms

Posted in Case Studies| Resources

SABI field staff have been working with communities in Sierra Leone to stress the vital importance of girls’ education, the

UK aid logo on a motorbike

SABI Sierra Leone brand guidelines

Posted in Resources

These brand guidelines are intended to enable the SABI programme team, our consortium and national partners, Sierra Leone-based designers and

Networking for civil society

How to make the most of a network (ENCISS guide)

Posted in How to guides

Networks are a valuable asset for civil society organisations operating in Sierra Leone. By joining forces with other groups who