Sierra Leone: Making Sense of One Community’s Experience During the War

November 2004 | Lawrence G. Dixon, and Samuel Mokuwa

Suggested Citation: Dixon, Lawrence G., and Samuel Mokuwa. “Sierra Leone: Making Sense of One Community’s Experience During the War.” Case Study, CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2004.

This case study investigates how Lawana village in Kongbora Chiefdom, Moyamba District, managed to avoid violent conflict with the rebel group the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) during the civil war that took place in Sierra Leone from 1991 until 2002 when the war was officially declared over.

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