The Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, David Monina Sengeh has ended an engagement of partnership with the European Union in Sierra Leone.

According to the minister, the quality of partnership they had was crucial for what they do and the kinds of impact they aim to achieve.

‘’ To optimize the transformational outcomes we desire, we met diverse stakeholders from the private sector, the diplomats, UN Representatives, civil society, NGOs and pupils every day!’’. He mentioned.

The European Union representatives thanked the Minister for the warm reception as well as for an inspiring meeting on future actions in the framework of EU-Salone partnership.

They noted that, the human capital development is an important priority of their longstanding cooperation and that, the EU will continue to give support to education sector in Sierra Leone.