This report is the product of a close partnership between Statistics Sierra Leone (Stats SL) and the World Bank since 2003 through the same instrument – the Sierra Leone Integrated Household Survey. Most recently, the Government of Sierra Leone through Statistics Sierra Leone and the World Bank embarked on and successfully completed the latest round of the SLIHS in 2018.
The results reported in this report suggest that, unfortunately, some Sierra Leoneans are indeed being left behind, and dismayingly, that some are falling further behind. This coincides with the multiple years of slowing growth following the twin shocks of Ebola and the commodity price collapse. Given these trends, it is critically important that this data is reported widely and analyzed to understand how the effects of slowing growth is being transmitted to households, and how the impacts can be mitigated.
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