The Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education (MBSSE), David Moinina Sengeh on May 4, commissioned two 32-seater Toyota buses for staff shuttles.
The provision of the buses is aimed at cushioning transportation challenges facing the majority of staff as they commute to and from work on daily basis. They were procured through multi-donor support to the MBSSE led by the World Bank, under the Sierra Leone Free Education Project being implemented by the Free Education Project Secretariat (FEPS) at SS Camp, Regent.
The ceremony was graced by Mari Shoji, the Project Task Team Leader at the World Bank and Ambrose T Sesay, the Project Coordinator, who formally delivered and handed over the buses to the Minister.
The Free Education Project is a 5-Year multi-donor support to the Sierra Leone Free Quality School Education Programme with the development objective to improve Management of the Educational System, Teaching Practices and Learning Conditions.
It is funded by the World Bank (IDA), European Union (EU), Irish Aid, Foreign Commonwealth Development Office – FCDO, Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the Government of Sierra Leone.
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