Following Civil War, Ebola, Sierra Leone Works To Rebuild Health Care System

Star-Ledger: Beyond Ebola: How Sierra Leone is working to rebuild — and remake — its health care system
“…Using lessons learned from [a] pilot clinic [opened in 2015 by the Healey International Relief Foundation in Newton, Sierra Leone], the foundation plans to rebuild 30 health facilities in other parts of the country as it works to restore a network of care centers that were gutted during Sierra Leone’s civil war, leaving large portions of the population with limited or no access to health care. It’s an ambitious undertaking, but also perhaps a microcosm, in some ways, of the country’s plans to revamp its health care infrastructure from the ground up…” (Davies, 11/10).

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