“For a better Sierra Leone”: Make Taxes Work for Women!




On March 13th, our partner ActionAid organised a mobilisation with feminists in the Lumley Market in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

The idea was to educate women who work in the market about the importance of paying taxes to reduce inequalities and demanding quality and gender-responsive public services. Market women displayed their placards to mobilize other market women to engage the City Council on the judicious use of their tax.

As many civil society organisations throughout the world, ActionAid Sierra Leone also engaged its constituents to publish placards online:



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