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EduAid Sierra Leone provides learning materials to Kissy Community School

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EduAid Sierra Leone provides learning materials to Kissy Community School

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EduAid Sierra Leone has supported the Kissy Community School with radio sets, dictionaries, assorted school books and computer external drives.

Community Relations Officer for EduAId, Abubakarr Mansaray said EduAid believes that innovative approaches can make education more affordable and accessible to more people.

He said by using technology and other innovative approaches, educators can create more engaging and personalised learning experiences for students and this can help to improve learning outcomes and prepare students for success.

Abubakarr Mansaray said: “Innovative education approaches can help to equip people with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in today’s rapidly changing job market.

“By providing people with education and training, EduAid can empower them to participate more fully in their communities and this can help to build a stronger, more democratic society”.

Abubakarr gave a brief background on the essence of giving the supplies to the school. He said it is the responsibility of parents and teacher to ensure that the initiative EduAid is trying to implement, becomes successful by ensure the children listen to lectures recorded and aired on radio.

Joseph Kai is the Education Programme Coordinator for EduAid. He pleaded with the school authorities to ensure they work with EduAid during this three years project that it is implementing in communities.

Joseph said EduAid has a role to aid children in remote communities to have access to education without paying a single cent, but this he said can largely be achieved if parents and teachers are willing to work with the organisation.

Other representative from EduAid and the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary School were in attendance and made similar contributions and appeals.

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