IN PICTURES: Life Behinds Bars in Sierra Leone’s Prisons

Inmates of the Kenema Prison stand in the prison’s courtyard, in Kenema. (Photo by Saidu BAH / AFP)

In 2016, Sierra Leone’s Human Rights Commission lashed at the squalor and lack of rehabilitative or educational programmes in the country’s prisons as ‘inhumane.’ These pictures show how inmates live in the Kenema, Bo and Mafanta prisons.

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