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MOE conducts 5-day review in Nimba

By Thomas Domah, Nimba County

The ministry of education has embarked on a five-day assessment in Ganta, Nimba county of the Joint Education Sector Review under the theme: ‘Transformative Education for National Development and Growth’, bringing together ministers and agencies alongside development partners.

The joint review is aimed at transforming education to achieve national development and growth thru provision of quality, relevant, inclusive and gender-responsive education.

Liberia’s Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor, addressing the opening session, said education is the heartbeat of the Weah administration.

She described education as fulcrum of human development and is contained in Pillar I of the government’s development roadmap, PAPD.

Vice President Taylor boasted that significant changes have been made in the sector thru contribution of new facilities to rethink the method of approach.

The ministry of education on a yearly basis, hosts a Joint Education Sector Review (JESR) of its annual plan to look at progress, challenges, and way forward to transforming the education system of Liberia.

The five days’ exercise consists of traditional review processes and orientation of county education management teams about basic tenets of the new Liberia Education Sector Plan (2023 up to 2027) as well as the development of a program budget. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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