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Reading: Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh Reiterate President Bio’s vision National Development at Sierra Leone Human Capital Review Launch
Reading: Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh Reiterate President Bio’s vision National Development at Sierra Leone Human Capital Review Launch

Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh Reiterate President Bio’s vision National Development at Sierra Leone Human Capital Review Launch

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Sierra Leone’s Vice President, Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, has reiterated President Bio’s vision to achieve the five major game changers in the country. This commitment was emphasized during the launch of the Sierra Leone Human Capital Review, a publication by the World Bank that delves into the nation’s efforts to foster human capital development and drive economic growth. Let’s explore the key points from this report:

  1. Human Capital Development: Sierra Leone has made commendable strides in improving human capital development. The government’s commitment to enhancing the well-being and productivity of its population through significant investments in health and education is evident. Notably, social protection interventions, including cash transfers to vulnerable groups, aim to reduce poverty and build human capital.
  2. Progress in Key Indicators: Despite economic challenges posed by COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine war, Sierra Leone has improved key human development indicators. These include education, health, women’s empowerment, and social protection. Initiatives like the Free Quality Education program have reduced barriers to accessing education, while the ‘Ep Fet Po’ cash transfer program supports vulnerable populations.
  3. President Bio’s Vision: Over the next five years, President Bio’s Big Five Game Changers are critical for ecosystem development. These encompass investment in girls’ education, job creation for young people, and maternal and infant health.
  4. World Bank’s Commitment: The Sierra Leone Human Capital Review aligns with the World Bank’s broader commitment to supporting countries in building strong human capital. By prioritizing inclusive growth, Sierra Leone aims to create a prosperous future for its citizens.

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