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Continuing promoting transparency and accountability in service delivery and ensuring that drugs are available in hospitals and health centres, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation with support from

The latest of President Koroma’s Health Initiative before leaving office was the Health Insurance Scheme which aimed at a free Health Insurance Scheme for Children under twelve years

Health care in all developing countries, particularly Sierra Leone, is a massive challenge, but an achievable one.  What’s needed, according to The Voiceless Sierra Leoneans, is the will,

It is disappointing to note that the free health care facility at the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (PCMH), locally called Cottage, is being seriously undermined by some unscrupulous

On April 27 2010, the government of Sierra Leone officially launched the Free Health Care Initiative.  The Scheme covers pregnant women, lactating mothers and children under the age

As I was glued to my laptop listening to Star Radio as it aired the now famous Maada Bio’s welcome jamboree in Freetown, I jumped for joy in

The free health care scheme was launched in April 2010 by President Ernest Bai Koroma in order to reduce infant and maternal mortality rates in the country but

I was amazed when I read an article in the ‘Awoko’ newspaper dated November 30, 2011, entitled ‘Government to Introduce Health Insurance Policy’.  This was a statement made

In an article published in Awareness Times on 9 February 2011, it was reported that “The continual neglect on patients as being demonstrated by health workers including doctors,