BBC Media Action’s Tok Bot Salone production team invited the Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Director, the Chief Nursing Officer, Executive Director of Woman for Woman, and citizens to a live radio debate to discuss "Is the Government of Sierra Leone doing enough to prevent pregnant women from dying while performing their reproductive role?"
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative invited MamaYe to participate in a workshop designing a distance learning radio programme. The radio programme will aim to strengthen health promotion and other skills of community volunteers to promote RMNCH issues in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
This is the fourth and final annual report of the independent Expert Review Group on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s health. The report reviews successes and shortcomings over the past four years, and makes recommendations to strengthen accountability in the post-2015 era.
What are the latest numbers on maternal and newborn health in Sierra Leone? How do they vary between urban and rural areas? When young Sierra Leonean women are educated, how much more likely are they to gain access to contraception?
The Commission on Information and Accountability (COIA) tracks progress on maternal and child health and we've visualised the latest numbers.
Check out all of the infographics, source data and analysis here.