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Pride Equality is actively involved in the following networks:

Queer African Youth Networking Center (QAYN)
Queer African Youth Networking Center is a lesbian-led LGBTQ organization based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. QAYN aim is to become the hub for LGBTQ youth activists and youth-led movement building.  As a loose organization, our primarily goal is the building of a powerful community and coalition that invest in collective engagement while supporting member organizations to build carry their missions and objectives through the leverage of resources, strengths, efforts and mutual supports.

QAYN’s mission is to establish a wide network of support to promote the safety and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questions West African youth.  Please visit the following link for more information:

Rainbow Equality Forum (REF)
Rainbow Equality Forum (REF)   is a coalition comprising of civil society organizations in the four regions of Sierra Leone committed to advocating for HIV reduction, ending hate crimes against sex workers, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people. REF also strives for the decriminalization of sex work and homosexuality across Sierra Leone. We are passionate activists and human rights defenders.

The Human Rights Working Group Sierra Leone
The Human Rights Working Group is the national advocacy forum that strives for the promotion and protection of all human rights in Sierra Leone.

Salone Jamboree
Salone Jamboree was born on the 29th May 2009 by media professionals out of a passion to promote Sierra Leone’s art and entertainment industry. It is the foremost arts and entertainment journal in Sierra Leone. Please visit the following website link for more information:

Sierra Leone Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS (SLYCHA)
Sierra Leone Youth Coalition on HIV & AIDS (SLYCHA) is the nationally recognized, youth-led coalition on HIV & AIDS. SLYCHA was established in 2010 by young people to provide leadership and coordination for all youth-serving organizations in Sierra Leone working on HIV.  The vision of SLYCHA is to accelerate access to comprehensive HIV & AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support services and information among young people. SLYCHA operates in a context where 60% of the national population is youths and youth from different most-at-risk populations are contributing significantly to new HIV infections.

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