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MamaYe Infographic on family planning in Sierra Leone
Find out what the unmet need for family planning is in Sierra Leone.
MamaYe Infographics on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Sierra Leone
Find out how Sierra Leone is faring on key maternal, newborn and child health indicators.
MamaYe Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet 2017: Sierra Leone
This MamaYe factsheet highlights progress achieved in maternal and newborn health in Sierra Leone and areas that need continued efforts.
Using evidence to strengthen accountability for health financing
This article documents lessons from a nationwide health budget advocacy election campaign in Sierra Leone driven by a network of civil society organisations.
MamaYe Infographic on Prematurity in Sierra Leone 2016
Find out how many babies are born too soon and how many die from preterm birth complications. Most of these deaths are preventable!
Sierra Leone National Rapid Assessment of Laboratory Capacity and Systems
This report presents the findings from the National Rapid Assessment of Laboratory Capacity and Systems conducted in June–July 2015 that was led by Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS). The findings provide a clear picture of the capacities and limitations of laboratories in all 14 districts in Sierra Leone.
Comparison of two approaches to monitoring quality of care in Sierra Leone
This case study compares the face-to-face Facility Improvement Team (FIT) assessment to the rapid, telephone based QuIC - FIT approach.
Use of scorecards to achieve facility improvements
This Evidence for Action paper reviews the use of scorecards in improving the quality of emergency obstetric and neonatal care facilities in Sierra Leone.
Learning from young people to prevent and manage unwanted pregnancies
This research briefing addresses an urgent need to understand young people's attitudes towards sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and their use of related services in Sierra Leone.
What clients say about private sector reproductive health services
This research briefing presents findings from a survey of health-service clients and offers recommendations to improve quality of care.