The Headman of Gloucester, Councilor of Ward 395, Community Stakeholders, and the Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Sierra Leone, on Thursday 28th January 2021 converged at the Leicester/Gloucester Community Centre for the very first time to dialogue on development issues between the University of Sierra Leone and the Gloucester community.
Key amongst many issues discussed was the newly rehabilitated Dam in one of the catchment areas at Gloucester Saddle. The engagement will continue on Thursday 4th February with an on the spot site visit inspection.
“This is the very first time in the history of the Mountain where a delegation headed by the Deputy Vice Chancellor from the University of Sierra Leone has come to engage and dialogue with Community Stakeholders on issues of concern instead of Trooping Officers in our locality without any prior engagement,” one of the community stakeholders commented.
The Nurses in-charge of both Health centres, Headmen and Councilors agreed to meet today Monday 1st February at the District Health Management Team office with the Health Committee Chairperson and the District Medical Officer and Team to discuss on the findings of the team that was sent few days back to know the reasons why nurses posted to the community, abandoned their night shift.
Also, a delegation that will comprise of stakeholders from Leicester, Gloucester and the University plans to meet at the start of the community road construction project.