Short introduction to our work in Sierra Leone, July 2011
In Sierra Leone the National Health Sector Strategic Plan (NHSSP) identified a number of problems in the health system that needed to be rectified. These included; a significant shortfall in the number of human resources, poor distribution of health workers, difficult working conditions with weak management systems, a state of low morale and a high rate of attrition. As a result of this analysis the NHSSP proposed a range of new initiatives including putting in place a new strategic plan.
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