Approximately every two minutes, a mother dies during pregnancy or childbirth, a death that deemed preventable. Almost all maternal and child deaths (99%) occur in low and middle-income countries, with Africa being the hardest hit region due to the nature of their healthcare system.

In Sierra Leone, the high maternal mortality and morbidity has been a major battle front for the country and its partners. Even though the global maternal mortality ratio is estimated to be 211 deaths per 100,000 live births, Sierra Leone is still recording about 1,120 maternal mortality per 100,000 live births, more than five times the global average and regarded as one of the worst places on earth to give birth. Although the reason for this disparity is multi-factorial, majority is ascribed to it poor health services and infrastructure.

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