If the plantation model in itself is understood as a violent, destructive, structurally racist and patriarchal one, can corporate gender-specific policies do more than cover up this violence and destruction?
Green Scenery applauds the visit by President Maada Bio to the People of Sahn Malen Chiefdom and his promise to resolve the dispute between the aggrieved land owners and SOCFIN Agriculture Company as soon as possible.
Those accused were all members of the Malen Affected Land Owners and Users Association (MALOA), advocating for the land rights of their members in the face of the operations of the palm oil company SOCFIN.
Aminata Fabba, Chairlady of the Malen Land Owners Association, spoke out at the First Peoples’ Hearing of Mano River CSO Platform in Liberia about the abuses here community in Sierra Leone is facing at the hands of SOCFIN.
Malen Affected Land Owners Association (MALOA) say they are dissatisfied with the process of Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) to certify Socfin Agricultural Company's operation in Malen Chiefdom.
The Sierra Leone Agriculture signed a 50-year lease for 41,582 hectares of land for the development of palm oil, displacing over 30,000 residents and farmers, mostly women, in the Northwest district of Sierra Leone