Give to... skilled healthcare workers in Sierra Leone
We're happy to be featured as one of the four crowdfunding campaigns of Universiteitsfonds Limburg with SHE Collaborates's project in Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone currently lacks the requisite training opportunities, which is why SHE Collaborates is working with local partners to build a community of practice of healthcare experts who can develop innovative educational courses. Good education will ultimately improve healthcare in one of the world’s poorest countries.
All four campaigns are characterized by a desire for equal opportunities and a healthy future. For more information see here.
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