Resource bank

Explore this resource bank to find toolkits, advice and information for business in Sierra Leone, as well as COVID-19 resources including health advice, policy responses and guides for businesses. Search key words or use the filter buttons to refine your search.

Big Data tool on food chains under the COVID-19 pandemic

An open-access tool, developed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Data Lab, to organise and analyse daily information on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food and agriculture, value chains, food prices, food security and undertaken measures.

Sierra Leone to receive $7.5 million for COVID-19 response

World Bank press release about the $7.5 million International Development Association (IDA) grant to help Sierra Leone respond to threats posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and strengthen national systems for public health preparedness.

Topic: COVID-19, Financial instruments for business
Sector: Other
Geographic Focus: Sierra Leone
Published by: World Bank

COVID-19: Impacts to business

PwC resources to respond to the business impacts of COVID-19, including a tool to assess the potential impact to your business and gauge your readiness to respond.

Topic: Business resilience, COVID-19
Sector: Other
Geographic Focus: International
Published by: PwC

A road to resilience: Sustaining business and Decent Work during COVID-19

An International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO) online learning course about business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic. To enroll on the course, it is necessary to register for a free ITC-ILO E-campus account.

Leading and managing through the COVID-19 crisis – Preparedness response plan for businesses

A Freetown Business School report about an event hosted on 26th March 2020: Conversation with 30 key leaders from across the private and public sector on leading and managing through a crisis.

Topic: Business resilience, COVID-19
Sector: Other
Geographic Focus: Sierra Leone
Published by: Freetown Business School