Monday 19 September 2022

GPE NGO Consortium improves literacy for sixty percent of children in Sierra Leone through accelerated learning post COVID-19

Written by Kalako Mondiwa & Kelfa Kargbo[1]

Friday 16 September 2022

Access to safe, inclusive, quality learning opportunities for children in the communities of Sierra Leone

In Sierra Leone’s most remote communities, primary and junior secondary schools are often ill-equipped to meet the needs of children with disabilities.

Friday 17 June 2022

GPE COnsortium hailed "the best thing" by Minister of Education

Dr David Sengeh, Minister of Basic Senior Secondary Education addressing audience at the GPE close out event, Radission Blu, Freetown, June 15. Photo credit: Save the Children

“This is the best thing we’ve done. Setting up a conosrtium of International and Local expertise to deliver on the government’s education priority.”

Wednesday 9 February 2022

Unique NGo Consortium working with Government on COVID Education Response

“One of the best ways to achieve efficient delivery of services to citizens is through partnerships at all levels. When we set out to establish this NGO consortium, our goal was to reach the farthest and most remote areas quickly with quality learning opportunities. We have seen that this can be done, and we intend to use these methods in the future.”

Dr. David Moinina Sengeh, Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education

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Thursday 2 December 2021

Child champions speak to fellow children on the Back to School campaign