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French flag Consulate of France in Freetown

ConsulM. Stéphane GRUENBERG, Chef de l'antenne diplomatique de Freetown
Addressc/o British High Commission
6 Spur Road
Freetown
Sierra Leone
Phonelocal: (022) 235.853
international: +232.22.235.853
Web sitehttp://www.ambafrance-gn.org/

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gideon joe gbondo
Mon, 18 Sep 2017 17:41 EDT
i need a visa for france i want to visit
Hello am Gideon i need visa to visit france what is the process i do not have no one there can someone help reply me at henryjoe200@gmail.com
Alpha umar Jalloh
Sat, 13 Aug 2016 10:01 EDT
visa
Hello my dear i am a welder i want go in France, looking for a god welding machine please I need visa my phone ±23279636211
Elongima Bundu
Mon, 21 Mar 2016 13:33 EDT
Environmental Online Project across the world
From: Sierra Schools of Technology (SisTec), Freetown, Sierra Leone


To: British High Commission, Freetown, Sierra Leone



Subject: ENO TREE PLANTING DAYS IN SCHOOLS ACROSS SIERRA LEONE



Dear Sir/Madam,


Environmental Online which I am fortunate to be the National Coordinator for Sierra Leone please see attached certificate- is a global virtual school and a voluntary network for sustainable development with strong commitment in planting 100 million trees by 2017 across the world.


The ENO Tree Planting Days - 8 May, 2016 for biodiversity and 21 September, 2016 for peace aims to

· Empower schools and communities towards environmental themes through activities

· Add global awareness and internationality

· Educate for active citizenship

· Get schools from developing countries as active participants

· Make a change together

Since the launch in 2000, over 10 0000 schools in 157 countries have joined ENO and made concrete deeds for the environment like planted trees.


SiSTec-(Sierra Schools of Technology) is working in partnership with ENO Programme Association based in Finland by promoting environment for development in both national and International school level. It is a non-profit local NGO that provides free technological classes and provides Internet Classes for young people in schools. It was established 2007 by patriotic Sierra Leoneans who had studied computer Science and Telecommunication.


We are kindly asking British High Commission in Sierra Leone to partners with us in providing support at the level (Banners, Poster, Flyers, transport or accommodation). The Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security in Sierra Leone has promised to support us with 20.000 Trees to be planted in all Schools in the western and northern areas. We believe, with active partnership, Sierra Leone will be achieved the Red+ process.


In terms of resources and institutional capacity, SiSTec has a rich mixture of trained professionals to delivery myriad skills to our beneficiaries.


Secondly, in terms of accessibility to beneficiary communities and schools, we do have a very good working relationship with schools as well as colleges. This in fact has made our programs very successful over the years.


Once again, I want to take this opportunity in thanking the British High Commission for reaching out on this programme. We will be very much glad to explore as much possibilities of us working collaboratively as necessary in keeping the ENO initiative to be one of its kinds in Sierra Leone.


On this note, we hope you find this request and attached documents relevant in determining what level of support you can consider for the initial process given our current capacity.

Best regards,

Elongima Bundu

Founder & CEO

Email: sierraschoolsoftechnology@gmail.com
Mobile: +23276355726


Murana koroma
Wed, 13 Jan 2016 05:23 EST
Visa to France
I want to spend holiday in France by march .
Ibuku Ola
Mon, 15 Jun 2015 12:04 EDT
Visa for France
Hi,

I'm a Nigerian, I'm in SL for a biz trip and want to travel to France for holiday in France in August.

Please can you let me know, how feasible it is to get the visa in SL.

Thanks

Ufuoma
Pauline Stephanie lamah
Sat, 11 Apr 2015 13:21 EDT
Aller pour une visite en France
Je voudrais aller en France pour une visite. Et voudrais savoir la procedure a prendre.
Mon numero c'est le 00232 77 397 765 or le 00232 77 365 638.
Merci de votre comprehension.
Francis Foday Kamara
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 06:53 EDT
SEEKING A VISA TO PARIS
Having a link to join the French Foreign Legion and have gone through the brochure, what required and how to join.I hope i will met. No online or postal application only to travel to Mainland Paris France; knock at any of the Foreign Legion Recruiting Centre to be enrolled. am in place to sponsor my self for visa charges and ticket cost and what ever involved for my travel to reach my aim. Will be humbly thankful if enlightened how to go about this. my email: dyncomputers38@gmail.com
Sahr mbayoh
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 17:48 EDT
holiday visit
want to visit paris on holidays but want to know the proper process...merci
Nasiru Musa
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 11:56 EDT
invitation
i want to visit paris on a holiday trip. what's d process pls?
Achaz
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 12:50 EDT
How to get a france visa
I'm in Sierra Leone, this my email ID abk.electecnician73@gmail.com

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