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SEN closed amid feeding challenges

Feb 7, 2022, 11:55 AM | Article By: Pa Modou Cham

The School for Enrolled Nurses and Midwives (SEN) in Bansang informed its students and staff that all activities including learning have been ceased effective 4 February 2020 till further notice due to feeding difficulties.

A Memo revealed by the school principal, Sheriffo Jawla, stated that “the unexpected closure is as a result of the failure of food imprest by the Ministry of Health for the past three quarters.”

The Memo further indicates that all students are “free to travel to their respective homes” while adding that the date of resumption will be communicated through their “respective class tutors and presidents.”  

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