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In several areas of Africa, when entering the territory of another tribe, one is required to bear a special "passport mask". This has a profound meaning: to neutralise one's roots and individuality as a sign of respect to those whose territory is being entered. In this there is an ancient wisdom, the sublimation of humanity's neutral essence. Quoting Aeschylus Agamemnon "Provided they respect the temples and the Gods of the vanquished, then shall the victors be saved".

ARS Progetti is a consulting firm working all over the world providing services, such as surveys, studies, design and technical assistance, mainly to public committers and for public interests, in fields related with governance and human development, culture and cultural heritage, social and physical infrastructure. Its overall mission is of a professional nature and consists in finding out, proposing and helping to implement solutions "which work", with reference to complex problems affecting extended social groups, regions, countries, groups of countries. Working on this ARS Progetti pursues the interest of its direct and "indirect" clients and project beneficiaries.





The Resilient Urban Sierra Leone Project (RUSLP)

👉 The Resilient Urban Sierra Leone Project (RUSLP) implemented by ARS Progetti, in association with SWS Consulting Engineering, Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre (SLURC), and HR Wallingford as sub-consultant in partnership with the Government of Sierra Leone and other organizations, on Thursday, August 3rd, 2023, hosted a stakeholders’ workshop at the New Freetown City Council Hall on the theme: “Development of a Strategic Flood Risk Assessment and Management Plan for Secondary Cities in Sierra Leone”

💥 The workshop brought together policymakers from seven cities in Sierra Leone, namely Bo, Makeni, Bonthe, Kenema, Koidu New Sembehun, Port Loko, and Waterloo. Key officials from the Ministry of Land, Housing & Country Planning, the Ministry of Works & Public Assets, and the Ministry of Water Resources & Sanitation, along with representatives from national and international agencies, participated in the event.

📖 Read the full article on (C) The Calabash Newspaper By Millicent Senava Mannah at the following link:

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