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Mental health nurses and disaster response in Sierra Leone

D. Harris, A. Wurie, F.Baingana, et al., (2018)

Lancet Global Health Volume 6, ISSUE 2, Pe146-e147, February 01, 2018

Details of the Certificate and Diploma in Mental Health Programme Proposed for 2011/0212 Academic Year

Faculty of Nursing, College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences, University of Sierra Leone, (2011)

HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Sierra Leone

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles

Sierra Leone National Nutrition Survey 2017

Government of Sierra Leone, Action Contre la Faim France, Irish Aid, (2018)

(August 28 – October 10, 2017)
A nutrition and mortality assessment using SMART methodology was applied and the survey covered 15 statistical (14 districts plus 1) domains countrywide. The main objective of the survey was to assess the current nutrition status of the population, especially children 6-59 months old and women of reproductive age (15-49 years of age). The survey also looked at the major contextual factors contributing to undernutrition such as infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices; food security indicators; water, sanitation and hygiene indicators; and health situation in Sierra Leone

Pathways to progress: a multi-level approach to strengthening health systems

Samuels, F., Amaya, A.B., Rodríguez Pose, R. and Balabanova, D., Eds.: Overseas Development Institute, (2014)

Findings on maternal and child health in Nepal, Mozambique and Rwanda, and neglected tropical diseases in Cambodia and Sierra Leone | This report synthesises findings from five country case studies from the health dimension of this project, which focus on maternal and child health (MCH) (Mozambique,Nepal, Rwanda) and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)(Cambodia, Sierra Leone). MCH was selected given its centrality in two of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and its ability to act as a proxy for strengthened health systems. NTDs, while until recently relatively neglected in global policy debates, are now attracting more interest, not least because they are viewed as diseases of the poor whose treatment could positively impact on most of the other MDGs.

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