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Monday 22 October 2018

Big win for the Accelerated Education Project as 82% Out of School children pass the National Primary School Examination in Pujehun District.

Jeremiah Sawyerr, Advocacy and Campaign Manager

Eighty-two percent of former out of school children that sat the National Primary School Examination (NPSE) in 2017 / 18 academic school year passed with an average score of 259/500 from the Accelerated Education Project (AEP) in Pujehun district. This is the first batch of 71 children (42 boys & 29 girls) that wrote the national examination who will now transition to secondary schools in the district.

Friday 24 August 2018

GOVERNMENT’S MANIFESTO REINFORCES CHILDREN PROTECTION, EDUCATION AND SURVIVAL IN SIERRA LEONE

The Sierra Leone Peoples’ Party (SLPP) manifesto ‘the New Direction’ for the 7th and 31st March 2018 Presidential and Parliamentary elections reinforces children protection, education and survival in Sierra Leone. The manifesto provides a clear guide of how the SLPP plans to address issues they consider as priorities which if achieved could lead the country to a new direction over the next five years.

Friday 24 August 2018

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS IMPROVE EDUCATION OUTCOMES IN KAILAHUN DISTRICT

Photo credited by Jeremiah

By Jeremiah Sawyerr

Friday 24 August 2018

GENDER CHAMPION TURNS LOCAL CHIEF

By Advocacy and Communications team

Friday 24 August 2018

Teenage mother given a second chance in life

 

 

Photo credited by Fambul Welbodi team

By Ramatu Jalloh

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