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FCC NPSE Data Conference 2019

Yesterday, FCC had in-depth discussions with stakeholders in education, about some of the irregularities our monitors observed during the May 2019 National Primary School Examination (NPSE). Ahead of the NPSE, we trained monitors on what the ideal processes should look like during and after the examination. With great support from …

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Finance Ministry Set to Pay Le8.53 Billion July & August Salaries

Following Verification of 911 University of Sierra Leone (USL) Staff… Finance Ministry Set to Pay 8.53 Billion July & August Salaries By Abdul Fonti – Communication Strategist, Office of the President Freetown, Sunday September 1 2019 – The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that administrative and academic staff of the …

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Minister Timbo Consults Community Stakeholders Nationwide

FQSE Anniversary:Minister Timbo consults Community Stakeholders nationwideBy. Desmond Jones. The Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education Hon. Alpha Timbo has today Tuesday 23rd August, 2019 embarked on the continuation of a nationwide community stakeholders engagement on the Free Quality School Education Programme starting with the Portloko District Council. In …

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Blue Line Provides 40 Buses for Free Quality Education

By Ranger A generous Sierra Leonean from the United States of America, Dr. Mohamed Tunde Macarthy has decided to avail free bus services as well as distributing uniforms within the realm of giving back to society in what he considers as his giving back to society. One of the flagship …

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School Monitors For The Forthcoming WASSCE Launched By MBSSE

News Flash The ministry of basic and senior secondary education has today launched the West African Senior Secondary School Examination(WASSCE) at the Ahmadiya Muslim secondary school kissy dorck yard in Freetown for school monitors in this year’s WASSCE exams across the country. The programme was graced by people from all …

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