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The meeting was held at hill valley hotel conference hall in Freetown.

Cecilia Sannoh is the education advisor of Action Aid Sierra Leone. Sshe said that Action Aid Sierra Leone was officially established in 1988, operating in the chiefdoms of Tonko Limba and Bramaia in the Kambia District.

The meeting brought together civil societies and NGO’s to chat the way forward for the country to have quality education as they realized that the educational system has become in deplorable in the past years in the country.

The meeting was aimed at letting children should learn about human rights in general and child rights in particular, including receiving age- appropriate information on sexual and reproductive rights.     

Until recently, Action Aid Sierra Leone has been directly delivering services in education, health care, water and sanitation and infrastructural development at both local and national levels.

The national stakeholders meeting on promoting rights in school concept saw hundreds of participants discussing the way forward in the educational system in the country.

This national stakeholders meeting on promoting right in school concept will, according to stakeholders, put the government on the alert.

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