If Sierra Leone was transported
to the States it would be about the size of Maine - and it too
is a coastal country. But from that point on, Sierra Leone has
a climate, a culture, and an economic drive unlike anything you
can find here
Sandwiched between the Republic
of Guinea to the north and the Republic of Liberia to the south,
Sierra Leone has a mean temperature of 80 degrees and two seasons
- dry and wet. We are mainly an agricultural and cattle land
but our exports, the wares you know us by, are from our mines.
Diamonds, iron, chromite, gold, bauxite, rutile - all these are
in abundance in our country.
Sierra Leone is also a developing