Project HOPE is equipping Sierra Leone's health workers to strengthen maternal, neonatal, and child health and put an end to preventable deaths.
What's New in Sierra Leone
In Sierra Leone, Health Workers Spark Long-Term Transformation
Project HOPE is working across the health system in Sierra Leone to build long-term solutions for mothers, infants, and health workers determined to lower the country’s high rates of maternal and neonatal mortality.
How Project HOPE Volunteers Empowered a New Generation of Neonatal…
In Sierra Leone, Project HOPE’s programming is transforming pregnancy and childbirth while equipping a new generation of neonatal nurses — all done by the work of volunteers.
Giving HOPE to the Hopeless: Snapshots from Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is a country of rich natural beauty, but it is also one wrought by natural disasters, political instability and health crises — a country where having a safe pregnancy and raising a healthy baby is more challenging than it should be.
Health Worker Spotlight: Reaching Mothers and Babies in Sierra Leone
Banneh Daramy, a Project HOPE newborn consultant, dedicates her energy and expertise to improving health for fellow Sierra Leoneans — saving lives in a country with some of the world’s highest maternal and infant mortality rates.