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The contribution of the nursing and midwifery workforce to health outcomes globally and nationally cannot be overemphasized. Nurses and midwives together form the largest workforce and the first point of call for communities who need to access health care.

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The 2017 UNFPA Supplies survey is designed to collect information on the availability of RH commodities as well as salient aspects of service delivery facilities that could reinforce good RH programmes by using scientifically sound methodological approaches.

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According to United Nations (UN) estimates, Sierra Leone has the highest maternal mortality ratio (MMR) of 1,360 deaths per 100,000 live births and 1 in 17 bear a lifetime risk of dying during pregnancy or childbirth.
 

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The fndings from the report provide information on services from all levels of care in each district in the country.

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The power of choice: Reproductive rights and the demographic transition

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This situational analysis provides information about the institutionalization of Quality Improvement in Sierra Leone with a specific focus on maternal and neonatal Quality of Care.

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The purpose of this assessment is to determine the status of the structure, supplies, staffing and services in the provision of AYFHS in selected health care facilities in Sierra Leone. The resulting data will be used to work with both health care facility staff and external facilitators to help health facility teams improve the quality of care.

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UNFPA Sierra Leone is a principal actor and advocate that works to improve the health and well-being of all Sierra Leoneans, especially women and girls.
 

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Our goal is to achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights.

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This annual report outlines our key achievements in 2017 ensuring reproductive health and rights of women and young people remained at the heart of development, amidst persistent challenges and humanitarian emergencies.

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