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On the State of the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia  January 28, 2020 By Wang Xinmin, Political Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in Sierra Leone After the outbreak of…

132 cartoons of therapeutic items missing at Ola During

-Audit report reveals January 14, 2020 By Jariatu S. Bangura The 2018 Auditor General’s report has reveals the missing of 132 cartons of ready-to-use therapeutic food supplies…

‘Sierra Leone Health Sector will change completely by 2020’

‘Sierra Leone Health Sector will change completely by 2020’

September 20, 2019 By Mohamed Massaquoi Minister of Health and Sanitation has disclosed that Sierra Leone health sector will be comprehensively improved in the year 2020, as …

In the case of ex- Health minister, others

Witness tenders 31 stones as exhibit September 17, 2019 By Regina Pratt Prosecution witness, Nathaniel Williams, attached to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Headquarters in Freetown yesterday…

SL Red Cross trains stakeholders on First Aid treatment

SL Red Cross trains stakeholders on First Aid treatment

September 16, 2019 By Yusufu S. Bangura The Sierra Leone Red Cross Society (SLRCS) has on Friday conducted a First Aid treatment training session for some military…

Sickle Cell Disease is completely preventable

August 22, 2019 Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a single recessive gene disorder causing a debilitating systemic syndrome characterised by chronic anaemia, acute painful episodes, organ infarction…

Sierra Leone’s Exclusive Breastfeeding Rate Stands at 62%

Sierra Leone’s Exclusive Breastfeeding Rate Stands at 62%

 July 31, 2019 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Country Representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) yesterday said recent data revealed that proportion of exclusive breastfeeding rate in…

HEALTH ISSUES

HEALTH ISSUES

July 31, 2019 By: – Alhaji Mohamed Wusha-Conteh Please permit me space in your widely circulated news medium to dilate on the topic “sex starvation a disease…

Health Minister calls for more awareness on hepatitis

Health Minister calls for more awareness on hepatitis

July 26, 2019 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Minister of Health and Sanitation has called for a sustained awareness raising on viral hepatitis for the public to be aware…

Free Health Care Initiative faces setback

Free Health Care Initiative faces setback

July 15, 2019 By Frederick V. Kanneh   The Free Healthcare Initiative that targets lactating mothers, pregnant women and children under five, which was introduced in 2010…

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