Sierra Leone

Integrated Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health (IRMNH) – Regional Value for Money Benchmarking and Cost Effectiveness Analysis

The IRMNH program is a five-year program which supported the use of a nationwide comprehensive package of reproductive, maternal and newborn health care services across Sierra Leone. The programme is innovative in that it brings together major implementing partners in the health sector to support the Ministry of Health and Sanitation under one umbrella programme. […]

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Strengthening Referral Pathways from the Street to School – Endline Evaluation

Endline Evaluation of the EU/NSA project – Strengthening Referral Pathways from the Street to School – Supporting Non State Actors to Protect and Empower Extremely Vulnerable Children and Youth in Sierra Leone The GOAL Ireland in collaboration with four partners – St Georges Foundation, Sierra Leone Aid Volunteers, Integrated Children and Youth Initiative and Ben […]

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Post-natal care services – Value for Money case study

A case-study approach was used to investigate Value for Money within two different programmes implementing post-natal care (PNC) services for women and children in Sierra Leone. The two programmes are funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) as part of the Integrated Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (IRMNH) programme. The analysis examined […]

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