The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) recognizes the pace, effectiveness and efficiency with which its developmental priorities, articulated in its Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper III, can be implemented depends on the quality of its public servants.
In 2011 a Cabinet Conclusion approved a multi-year pay reform strategy to make the compensation of public servants more competitive.
To provide technical support for the development of (i) a legal and policy framework on wages, salaries and compensation for cabinet approval and (ii) an operational framework for the implementation of the harmonised pay and grading structure in Sierra Leone's public service.
Specific areas of technical assistance to GoSL will include:
Public servants will benefit from a more robust, competitive public pay system.