The Open Data Registry of Sierra Leone allows the public to view and comment on national data shared by the government.

You can search for and explore current datasets, as well as create visualizations.

Youth and Employment

Data related to youth and employment in Sierra Leone.

Mining and Natural Resources

Data related to mining and natural resources in Sierra Leone.

Tourism and Culture

Data related to tourism and culture in Sierra Leone.

Energy and Water Resources

Energy and energy consumption data for the country of Sierra Leone.


Information pertaining to education and academic institutions in Sierra Leone.

Laws and Policies

Data pertaining to public policies in Sierra Leone.


Demographic data about Sierra Leone and its people.


Information pertaining to food and hunger in Sierra Leone.

Lands and Environment

Information pertaining to the environment and ecology of Sierra Leone.

Transportation & Communication

Information about transportation and infrastructure within Sierra Leone.

Private Sector

Data about business in Sierra Leone.

Finance and Economic Development

Data pertaining to the economics and development of Sierra Leone.


Information pertaining to the 2014-2015 Ebola epidemic, including locations of medical facilities, extent...


Public health statistics and resources for the country of Sierra Leone.

Sierra Leone to celebrate First Data Festival at the Miatta Conference Center in Freetown

Sierra Leoneans searching for solutions to promote sustainable national development

Across Sierra Leone, there are signs of a slowdown in number of Ebola cases reported. However, in the western part of the country, Ebola transmission remains intense and is currently considered the “hotspot” of the West African outbreak.

This data, from the World Health Organization, depicts the location and status of laboratories that are actively testing samples of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) for verification.

We recently met Ebola survivor Alfred Pujeh, one of the dedicated staff who look after vulnerable children while they are under quarantine for Ebola, at Sierra Leone’s new Observational Interim Care Centres. He and other workers around the country are also helping to wage one key battle in the fight against Ebola – with their phones.