We need to provide the right health care services for pregnant women and newborns to confront the social challenges we face. With respect to healthcare, Sierra Leone continues to have one of the worst healthcare systems in the world for pregnant and newborns. However, it is important to note that no health care system is perfect, because access to healthcare and controlling of the costs of health care is an extremely difficult and complex undertaking that is risk
WCC aims to give the children and pregnant women in Sierra Leone a 21st century health care service.This exists partly as an advisory service with plans to improve the capability in the near future.This capability will include the development of a health centre in Sierra Leone that will be central to the delivery of health education, clinics and help us: To deliver First Aid Training and raise health awareness To work with children, pregnant women and their families
WCC will start with major institutional reforms, requiring investment in the healthcare infrastructure that includes: Accountability, Affordability and Availability of service from village level, to the Provincial level. Obviously, funding is part of the most critical challenge. This speaks to one of the major problems with our current approaches by empowering pregnant women in (a) service delivery; essential drugs and commodities, behavior change communication, drugs discovery, social norms,
This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).
WCC Healthcare service
World Changing Centre - Calaba Town