Written by Bassie B Kanu / Saturday, 11 December 2010 12:36
A visiting team of the Rotary Club of Nyon La Cote in Switzerland has handed over two separate cheques worth 142,200 United State dollars  to their colleague Rotarians in Sierra Leone. Handing over the cheques at a dinner at the Wusum Hotel in Makeni, the Head of the team, Candid Peyer said the money was a donation by the Rotary Club from Nyon La Cote together with donations from their local district and the Rotary Foundation in the USA.He said the first cheque of 77,200 USD was to cover the running costs of a project they had been financing since 2003 at the Magbenteh Community Hospital in Makeni. Mr Peyer said the donation was part of the numerous cases of assistance they had been rendering to Sierra Leone through the Swiss Sierra Leone Development Foundation.He said they were moved by President Koroma’s commitment in his recent speech that his Government would strive to make Sierra Leone the Switzerland of Africa.  
Written by Alusine Conteh / Monday, 06 December 2010 12:34
A medical team from the US-based organisation, Women for World Health is currently performing free plastic and reconstructive surgeries at the Holy Spirit Hospital in Makeni.   The leader of the team Dr. Amy Wandel, a plastic surgeon,said they were in Sierra Leone for a week to offer free surgery to people with cleft lips, bone contracture and lumps on their bodies.She said people with such conditions often face discrimination, as they were often regarded as being part of a family curse.Dr.Wandel said their organisation was working to as she put it,   rejoin such people with others in their respective communities.Patients who have already undergone the surgery described it as successful.  
Written by Willie Sylvanus Collier / Thursday, 02 December 2010 16:07
President Ernest Bai Koroma launched the National AIDS Strategic Plan for the next five years on the observance of the World Aids Day on Wednesday.
Written by Alusine Conteh / Friday, 26 November 2010 11:06
President Ernest Bai Koroma has launched the maternal and child health week, also called “Mami en Pikin Welbodi Week” in the northern city of Makeni.
Written by Vandi Bawoh / Thursday, 25 November 2010 13:35
‘HIV/AIDS infections in Sierra Leone are not only stabilizing, but have also reduced by twenty-five percent’, according to the Director of the National Aids Secretariat, Dr Brima Kargbo.

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