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Sierra Leone

MSF Sierra Leone
Patients wait to be seen at Robarrie clinic in Sierra Leone’s Tonkolili district, where MSF provides ante- and postnatal care and malaria treatment, January 2018. © Giuseppe La Rosa/MSF

    Maternal and child mortality remain high in Sierra Leone, and its health system is still struggling to recover from the 2014-16 Ebola outbreak, which killed approximately 10 per cent of health workers. 

    MSF teams work in hospitals, primary health facilities and in the community in Sierra Leone, to increase access to healthcare, fill gaps in the provision of essential medicines, and help...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2018


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