FREETOWN, Sierra Leone – In a recent announcement, Oxfam in Sierra Leone revealed that it will officially cease its operations on December 31, 2023. This decision comes in alignment with Oxfam’s global strategic plans.
Oxfam, an organization renowned for its humanitarian and development work in Sierra Leone, has had the privilege of partnering with various entities throughout its presence in the region. The organization is committed to ensuring a seamless transition during this process and requests the cooperation of all involved parties.
For those who may have any pending matters or unpaid bills in relation to Oxfam’s operations, the organization urges you to submit these concerns in writing by November 30, 2023, to Shan Khan, the Roving Business Operations Lead at Oxfam in Sierra Leone. All inquiries and correspondence can be directed to:
Roving Business Operations Lead
Oxfam in Sierra Leone
12 Smart Farm, Off Wilkinson Street, Freetown
It is important to note that after the November 30, 2023, deadline, Oxfam will no longer be held responsible for any unresolved issues.
For more detailed information regarding Oxfam’s legacy and work in Sierra Leone, please visit their official website at Oxfam Sierra Leone. The organization expresses its profound gratitude for the support and collaboration of all partners and stakeholders over the years, emphasizing their dedication to reducing poverty and inequality in the region.