Mange Health Centre modernized
The outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the country in May 2014 and the response of the international community contributed immensely to strengthening the health sector of Sierra Leone.
A typical example of the improvement in the country’s health sector was the modernization of the dilapidated colonial Mange Health Centre by the International Medical Corpse (IMC).
According to reports, the health centre has contributed immensely towards serving pregnant women, lactating mothers and under-5 children as required by the Free Healthcare Initiative introduced by President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma on Independence Day in 2010.
According to confirmed sources, the Mange Health Centre was refurbished and equipped with relevant materials for patients and for the benefit of thousands of people close to the community.
The effective operation of the health centre has attracted the attention of government and health partners regarding the way it is saving the lives of pregnant women, suckling mothers and children under five.
The influx of patients to the health centre, according to reports, is due to the care of health workers in saving the lives of pregnant women, lactating mothers and children under five years.
By Alhassan Bangura
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