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Majority of Sierra Leoneans like universal free education but call for greater investment, new Afrobarometer study shows An overwhelming majority of Sierra Leoneans say they or a member of their family have benefited directly from the Free Quality School Education (FQSE) policy by getting free schooling for children or students in their families, a new Afrobarometer survey... Read more
AD378: Majority of Sierra Leoneans like universal free education but call for greater investment Sierra Leone is making significant gains in school enrollment, but learning outcomes, literacy levels, and skills acquisition are among the lowest in sub-Saharan Africa. Read more
AD346: Sierra Leoneans say health care hard to access, beset by corruption – especially for the poor Sierra Leoneans say medical care is hard to access, beset by corruption – especially for the poor. Read more
AD345: Fear of political violence soars in Sierra Leone Fear of political violence soars in Sierra Leone. Read more
AD344: Sierra Leoneans strong on democracy, but split on whether dual citizens should participate After an unstable political history of autocratic rule, coups and counter-coups, and a destructive decade-long civil war, Sierra Leoneans want to live in a democracy with elections and multiparty competition, according to findings from the most recent... Read more
Sierra Leoneans split on whether dual citizens should be allowed to vote, new Afrobarometer survey shows Sierra Leoneans are divided on whether dual citizens should be allowed to vote, a new national Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
WP174: Disease, disaster, and disengagement: Ebola and political participation in Sierra Leone How Ebola decreased political participation: Evidence from Sierra Leone. Read more

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