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Stats SL to collaborate with John Hopkins University on Ebola Survivors Study

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Stats SL is all set to collaborate with the John Hopkins University, which is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland in the united States, to conduct an Ebola survivors study.

Whilst on a visit to the stats SL headquarters on AJ momoh Street in Freetown on Tuesday 7th January 2020, Associate Professor Philip Anglewicz from John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health said that the visit is aimed at finding a common ground of collaboration with Stats SL on the planned study. He indicated that being that that the epidemic ended five years ago, the research is important so that the social features of Ebola, which has attracted very little research, can be established. He furthered that the research will focus on the long term impact of Ebola on people’s health and demographic outcomes. He mentioned that his institution believes that Ebola can have more than just physical health impact and said that it can further impact mental health, influence migration patterns and even impact marriage and child bearing. 

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International Universal Health Coverage day

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Statistician-General of Stats SL Prof. Osman Sankoh speaks on the Need to support research in order to be able to measure progress on Universal Health Coverage at the commemoration of the International Universal Health Coverage day at the Miatta Conference Centre in Freetown. 

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Stats SL Bags the Top Proactive Disclosure Award Organised by Right to Access Information Commission







Stats SL has bagged the top proactive disclosure of information compliance award (Gold) for being the only MDA to proactively disclose all information as stipulated in the Right to Access Information Act of 2013 and also to have fulfilled all 22 disclosure benchmarks well in time.

The award which was held at the Atlantic Lumley hotel on Tuesday 10th December 2019, and organized by the Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC), attracted representatives from the media, civil society, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) and other national and international partners speaking at the symposium and awards ceremony on the commemoration of the 71st Anniversary of Human Rights Day, the Right to Access Information Commissioner, Dr  Ibrahim Seaga-Shaw said that the award ceremony was meant to recognize institutions who had gone  a long way in meeting key requirements in the proactive disclosure  of information indicators for which awards were given in the gold, silver and bronze categories whilst some certificates were presented to institutions who had being working hard to comply. He cited the public disclosure award as the highest award amongst the lot of awards to be handed out

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Sierra Leone Demographic and Health Survey(SLDHS)2019 Report Writing Workshop

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 Sierra Leone Demographic and Health Survey (SLDHS) 2019 Report Writing Workshop at the Dohas Hotel In Bo.

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Sierra Leone Integrated Household Survey (SLIHS) 2018 Report Launching

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Regional Dissemination of the Sierra Leone Integrated Household Survey (SLIHS) 2018 Report. Districts include; Bo, Kenema, Makeni and Portloko.

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Parliamentary Committee on Finance Pledges to Empower Stats SL on Accreditation of Official Statistics

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 Parliamentary Committee on Finance Pledges to Empower Stats SL on Accreditation of Official Statistics

The parliamentary committee on finance has unanimously agreed on the need to empower Stats SL so that it will be by law that Stats SL accredits the generation of official statistics by MDAs, NGOs and other institutions either through working with Stats SL or paying a fee for reviewing and accrediting research and surveys that aim to produce official statistics for Sierra Leone.

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Making Woman and Girl Count (MEWGC) Inaugural Meeting and Validation Workshop

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National Gender Technical Working Group on Gender Statistics has on Wednesday 27th November concluded their maiden Innaugral meeting and regional validation workshop for the technical working group members for the "MAKING EVERY WOMAN AND GIRL COUNT" PROJECT at Statistics Conference Room Freetown.

In his opening remarks, the Deputy Statistician General ,Andrew Bob Johnny calls for all members present to be committed and make necessary input into the TOR and help to validate the consultant's (Ade Renner)report and to further agree on next steps for subsequent meetings.

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