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Sierra Leone
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Mano River Union
Secretariat, Headquarters,
32S Spur Loop
Wilberforce, Freetown
Sierra Leone.
Mano River Union
Sub-Office,
C/O Ministry of Cooperation & Integration,
B.P. 1712, Conakry,
Guinea.
Mano River Union
Sub-Office,
C/O Ministry of Planning,
P.M. Bag 9050,
Monrovia,
Liberia.
Mano River Union
Sub-Office,
C/O Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
P.M. Bag 1086,
Abidjan,
Ivory Coast
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Sierra Leone, officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa that is bordered by Guinea to the northeast, Liberia to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest.
Head of State/Government :Ernest Bai Koroma
Governance :Presidential constitutional republic
Capital :Freetown
Land area :71,740 km2 or 27,699 sq mi
Population :- 2013 estimate 6,190,280
Independence :27 April 1961
Official language :English
Major spoken languages :Temne, Mende and Krio
Life expectancy :45 years
GDP per capita (PPP) :- Total $8.276 billion - Per capita $1,344[2]
Annual Growth Rate :20.1
Currency :Leone (SLL)
Human Development Index :Increase 0.374 low · 183rd
Time zone :GMT (UTC+0)

With its palm-fringed beaches, breathtaking mountains, tropical rainforests and vibrant culture, Sierra Leone is one of West Africa’s most seductive destinations.
Whether you want a winter escape to the sun to some of the best beaches in Africa, to immerse yourself in its rich heritage and traditions or have the freedom to explore the beauty and charm of this undiscovered paradise, Sierra Leone offers an exciting and inspiring adventure to remember.
Experience the unrivalled friendliness and hospitality of our people. Relax at a beach-front baras you watch the sun set over the Atlantic. Lose yourself in the bustling and colourful streets of Freetown. Journey back in time to the dark past of the slave trade. Hike the highest mountain in West Africa. Eat sweet fresh mangos plucked straight from the tree. Wake to the calls of chimpanzees and monkeys in the rainforest...
 
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