Radio Transmitter Coverage in Sierra Leone

This project is part of a continued collaboration between Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education (MBSSE, referred henceforth as “the ministry”) and GRID3. Identifying gaps in Frequency Modulated coverage is the concern of the ministry and this report, along with recommendations for how these gaps might best be filled in line with the ministry’s Policy on Radical Inclusion in Schools.

Authors Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education and GRID3
Published July 2021

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