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Philip F. Y. Thulla; Samba Moriba; Dickson Adom (et al.)
Lee Crawfurd; David K. Evans; Susannah Hares (et al.)
Darren Sharpe; Mohsen Rajabi; Clement Chileshe (et al.)
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated an existing learning crisis in Sierra Leone, and has disrupted the learning of over 2.4 million children across the country. The most marginalised and deprived children, including girls, children from poor households, and children from rural areas, already had limited access to good quality education prior to the pandemic, and are now at an increased risk of being left behind, and not returning to school at all. Save the Children are calling on the Government of Sierra Leone to commit to realising the right to quality education for all children by ensuring that all children are able to return to school safely, and that long-term, systemic issues with the education system damaging the quality of learning are acted on to ensure that all children are able to access good quality education.
Danilo Buonsenso; Francesco Iodice; Bianca Cinicola (et al.)
Hamida Massaquoi; Catherine Atuhaire; Gorgeous Sarah Chinkonono
Danilo Buonsenso; Bianca Cinicola; Memenatu Ngaima Kallon (et al.)
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