The Sierra Leone project is Miracle of Help's most ambitious project to date. Sierra Leone has the second highest infant mortality rate in the world. One out of five babies do not survive to age five. Inspired by a firsthand account of the poverty and lack of medical services for pregnant women in rural southern Sierra Leone, the Miracle of Help team has decided to help those communities build a Woman's Center for safe childbirth and pre and post natal care. The center will be located in the village of Ngolahun and land has already been donated by the village for this purpose. Ngolahun has a population of 2155 people and 4 smaller villagers within one days walking distance who could also use the Center. Bunumbuwo, which has 763 people, Njala, with 265, Baaka with 20, and Tagbama with 145. The Center will provide services to 3,348 residents across five villages. There are a total of 1,196 men, 1,558 women, and 592 children in this region.
Miracle of Help will partner with the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health to ensure timely delivery of government issued medical supplies. In addition to this, Miracle of Help will help supply additional medical supplies and personnel for The Center.
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Because of poor nutritional practices, maternal complications, and poor post and neonatal health services, Miatta has experienced poor child growth
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