Friday, July 2, 2010


Foundation for Democratic initiatives and Development is a Human Right civil society organisation with a development agenda working to defend the rights of Sierra Leoneans from oppresive regimes and making the lives of the people better.
Since it’s inception FDID has championed human right abuses in the capital Freetown and other parts of the country where these abuses are very rampant due to neglect by successive governments.
Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development has also implemented development projects in poor and rural- communities especially for children and youths.


Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development (FDID) works to enhance citizen’s active participation and development in upholding and promoting a sustainable development culture and participatory governance at the grass root levels, through effective information dissemination, advocacy, lobbying, dialogue fora, civic education and community driven activities.
Our operations are geared towards improving the lives of the grass root or less fortunate in every community we work and as a result of this our motto is Development through civil engagement.
Our slogan also reflects the positive will of the people we defend and work with."Alone we can do so little together we can do so much".


Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development (FDID) is not only committed to defend the rights of the human person but also remind them about their civic responsibilities as good citizens. We believe as an organisation that when the rights of people are advocated for and their civic responsibilities lobbied then development and peace are sure to come and together we can make poverty history.
P.O Box 1133
Sierra Leone.

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