The 42nd Annual General and Scientific Congress of the West African College of Physicians (WACP) kicked off Monday, 5th November, 2018 at the Bintumani International Conference Center in Freetown, preoccupied with the challenges facing the region’s health laboratories and the emergence of ‘super bugs’- bacteria now resistant to antibiotics.
The Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences including Climate Change (PAUWES) celebrated the third graduating class of both the engineering and policy tracks of our Masters programmes in Water and Energy.
Fanisi Capital has today entered into an agreement to invest up to Ksh 400 million in Kitengela International School (KISC). The agreement will see Fanisi Capital initially invest Kshs 205 million.
Our education system in Sierra Leone has neglected public speaking, critical thinking, creative practical arts, and ethical standards from its pedagogical design. This should be a major cause for concern.
The Sierra Leone Teachers Union in collaboration with partners on Friday 24th August, 2018 organised a three day leadership workshop for its executive members at Hotel 5 10, east end of Freetown.
Sierra Leone: President Bio Launches Free Education, Calls on Parents and Teachers to Support the Initiative
His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has officially launched the free quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education for government and government assisted schools starting 17 September 2018.
Globally 89% of girls complete primary education, but only 77% complete lower secondary education, which in most countries is 9 years of schooling. In low income countries, the numbers drop to below 2/3 for primary education, and only 1/3 for… Read More ›