The Directorate of Science, Technology and Innovation (DSTI) and UNICEF Sierra Leone have teamed up to introduce a wave of digital learning opportunities aimed at empowering citizens across the country.

In a tweet, DSTI announced the reopening of Digital Learning Hubs at Fourah Bay College (FBC), Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM), Ernest Bai Koroma University (EBK), and Eastern Technical University (ETU) in Kenema.

With access to over 900 courses, trainings, digital tools, workshops, and more, these hubs aim to equip individuals with the skills needed to thrive in the digital age. The initiative is part of an effort to ensure that citizens have the necessary skill sets to compete in the twenty-first-century workforce and the global economy.

Importantly, these resources are provided free of charge, demonstrating a commitment to democratizing access to digital education and fostering inclusive economic growth.

The Digital Learning Hubs represent a significant step towards bridging the digital divide and empowering individuals across Sierra Leone to unlock their full potential in an increasingly digital world.