Learn: By designing and implementing education programs and advocating for improved access to learning, Save the Children aims to reach all girls and boys across Sierra Leone, not only through traditional and formal education but through creative learning environments and tools. Priority will be on getting the most marginalized children (out of school children, child mothers, child-headed households and children from poor households in remote rural areas and urban slum communities) to return to school, stay in school and learn.



The Sierra Leone Education Innovation Challenge (SLEIC) is a three-year project which aims to improve learning outcomes for both boys and girls in 65 primary schools, by building teacher capacity in literacy and numeracy, increasing children’s access to reading and maths materials at school and at home, and creating community-supported supplementary learning as well as parental support that promotes children to practice maths and reading at home.