Understanding the power of health for development and well-being, Sierra Leone is committed to strengthening its health system so that communities across the country have access to high-quality care where and when they need it. In 2020, the Government of Sierra Leone invited Seed to partner to make transformative investments in human resources for health and infrastructure. We are eager to collaborate with the government to improve health for all Sierra Leoneans and deliver on the promise of Universal Health Coverage.
Based on the urgent health priorities identified by the government, our partnership will initially focus on:
Neonatal, and Child
We build the capacity of doctors, nurses, and midwives so that they can address the diverse and specific health needs of their communities and serve as agents of change. We focus on:
We enable access to high-quality emergency care and maternal, newborn, and child health services that improve the well-being of those who seek them. We focus on:
We train family physicians and midwives who can provide comprehensive, continuous, high-quality care in urban and rural communities to people at all stages of life. We focus on: