The Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, David Moinina Sengeh has launched the Learning Passport platform with the link,, for Students in Sierra Leone.

According to Minister Sengeh, the Learning Passport (LP) initiative itself is a global collaboration between UNICEF and Microsoft but In SierraLeone, it is a collaboration between UNICEF-SL, MBSSE, DSTI and TP Learn (a private sector), which is bringing learning materials to students, teachers and parents.

Minister Sengeh explained that they have contents, including all examination past papers for NPSE, BECE and WASSCE across core and other common subjects, adding that they also have story books for early learners and have other content for various skills.

He stated that the program uses what we call Hybrid-technologies and mobile-based platforms from the National Innovation and Digital Strategy and that the content once downloaded works offline on your phone, and also has a web/desktop version and It tracks your learning and performance.

While this focuses on basic and secondary education, the MBSSE, DSTI and UNICEF have another LP platform for adults and students in higher and tertiary institutions with the access link,, that has content on Job Preparedness, etc.

For the schools, they will work with the ST Foundation and UNICEF to support deployment of the platform over four weeks to do more user testing.

The Minister asked that this vital information be shared with all kids taking exams and all adults seeking to work on their CVs and start a business.

“It is absolutely special for us as a Government to be building these digital solutions and making them available to our citizens. As the country embraces digitization and youth begin to harness its powers, we can only develop our nation. Enjoy and tell us how it goes” he stated