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Press Release | October 18, 2013
MSF shows the feasibility of implementing a mass vaccination campaign with oral cholera at the onset of an outbreak, using the results of a campaign conducted in Guinea in 2012.
Press Coverage | February 19, 2013
MSF's Betty Raney describes how she and her team reduced maternal deaths in Sierra Leone through emergency obstetric care.
Press Coverage | January 18, 2013
Betty Raney and Yvonne Nzomukunda describe MSF's efforts to prevent maternal and infant deaths in childbirth in Sierra Leone, where the health system is still recovering from war.
Press Release | November 26, 2012
Ensuring pregnant women have timely access to emergency obstetric care has reduced maternal deaths by as much as 74 percent in parts of Burundi and Sierra Leone.
Field News | July 31, 2012
MSF is working with Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health to counter a deadly cholera outbreak in the capital, Freetown.
Field News | October 20, 2010
Doctors and nurses treat over 750 children every month at a hospital in Gondoma, Sierra Leone.
Research Article | August 16, 2010
Field News | August 5, 2010
By encouraging women to come to clinics sooner, MSF is helping more women in Sierra Leone deliver children safely.
Press Coverage | May 14, 2010
Press Coverage | May 11, 2010
Field News | April 26, 2010
MSF welcomes Sierra Leone's move to offer free maternal and child healthcare and hopes this will improve access for these vulnerable groups.
Ideas & Opinions | April 23, 2010
by Dr. Martin De Smet, Head of MSF's Working Group on Malaria
Research Article | January 21, 2010
Field News | November 17, 2009
"The health situation in Sierra Leone is in a state of emergency, with people dying every day because they do not have access to treatment."
Field News | January 12, 2009
MSF is taking part in a vaccination campaign targeting 525,000 people in response to an outbreak of yellow fever in Sierra Leone. The five-day campaign started on January 10.
Special Report | September 30, 2008
In a new report launched today, MSF said many more lives can be saved if newer effective strategies to tackle malaria are more widely implemented. The report, titled "Full Prescription; better malaria treatment for more people, MSF’s experience,"describes the organization’s work in Sierra Leone, Chad and Mali, and shows that unnecessary deaths can be avoided with simple, affordable treatment and diagnostic tools available today.
Alert Article | April 4, 2008
Pediatrician Leo Ho worked in the intensive care unit of an MSF-run hospital in Bo, Sierra Leone, an area plagued by malaria. Here, he reflects on his assignment through images captured by photojournalist Francesco Zizola.
Research Article | May 1, 2007
Speech | May 22, 2002
An MSF Statement Delivered to the United Nations Security Council "Arria Formula" Meeting in New York City by Martha Carey, MSF
Special Report | May 1, 2002
Press Release | April 12, 2002
Press Release | April 12, 2001
Press Release | July 20, 2000
Press Release | July 14, 2000
Press Release | June 8, 2000
Press Release | June 5, 2000
Press Release | May 10, 2000
Special Report | January 11, 2000
Press Release | January 11, 2000
Press Release | December 16, 1999
Press Release | December 9, 1999
Field News | September 13, 1999
Field News | March 8, 1999
Field News | February 22, 1999
Field News | February 7, 1999
Press Release | February 4, 1999
Field News | February 3, 1999
Field News | June 8, 1998
Field News | June 8, 1998
Field News | June 1, 1998
Field News | May 18, 1998
Press Release | May 5, 1998
Press Release | February 12, 1998
Field News | August 4, 1997
Field News | June 30, 1997