A Year On, Sierra Leone President Wants to Develop Human Capital
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio is working to change the country's negative image. During an allAfrica interview, he outlined his rebranding strategy and described why he is prioritizing human capital development.
allAfrica, 5 April 2019
A year after taking office as Sierra Leone's fifth president, Julius Maada Bio believes his government is changing the country's negative image. A retired brigadier general, Bio… Read more »
President Julius Maada Bio presents the national development plan.
Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone - Bio Government's First Year
IPS, 1 April 2019
If the government of Sierra Leone's President Julius Maada Bio were to be graded on their first year's performance in office, it is likely that their report card would read,… Read more »
Sierra Leone: Call to Support $8 Billion Development Plan
East African, 3 March 2019
Sierra Leone's President Julius Maada Bio is appealing to the international community to support his $8 billion five-year development plan. Read more »
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- 12 March 2019
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