18. 10. 16
posted by: PRO Unit - MOHS

The Resident Minister East, Andrew Ansu Fatorma has intimated Paramount Chiefs, civil society groups and other stakeholders that health is a basic human right that deserves security.

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18. 10. 15
posted by: WHO-Sierra Leone

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) commenced Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) revitalization in January 2015 with technical and financial support from WHO and other partners.

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18. 10. 10
posted by: By Bai-Bai Sesay

World Mental Health Day (10 October) is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.

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18. 10. 16
posted by: WHO-Sierra Leone

In July this year, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) in collaboration with the World Health Organization commenced a countrywide strategic leadership and management training for health authorities in all the districts in Sierra Leone. Trained in cohorts, 97 MoHS officials with governance, leadership and managerial responsibilities at the district hospitals and District Health Management Teams (DHMT) have been trained so far.

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18. 10. 15
posted by: Ibrahim Sorie Koroma Health Education Officer – HED/MoHS

Sierra Leone in 2014-2015 experienced if not the most but one of the most dreadful Ebola Viral Diseases this world has even seen.

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18. 10. 01
posted by: Ibrahim Sorie Koroma Health Education Officer-HED/MoHS

The long awaiting National Emergency Medical Service will soon commence with a piloted phase in Pujehun District and with plans to cascade it to other districts in the country.

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18. 10. 16
posted by: PRO Unit – MOHS

Continuing promoting transparency and accountability in drugs distribution, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation has handed over five trucks of free health care commodities on Friday October 12, 2018 at a ceremony held at the Tonkolili District Council hall in Tonkolili district.

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18. 10. 15
posted by: Ibrahim Sorie Koroma Health Education Officer – HED/MoHS

Radio if well utilized is a key tool in Health Education/ Health Promotion not only to ensure health seeking behaviour for disease prevention, but also to improve people and communities to take action for their health, thereby ensuring ownership.

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