Little girl with mother and other women at a community clinic in Sierra Leone's Freetown
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Sierra Leone's healthcare struggle

Democratic elections and a rise in foreign investment in Sierra Leone show how the country has made considerable progress since the end of the civil war a decade ago this month.

But while the terror caused by the rebels has faded, many ordinary Sierra Leonians have seen little other benefit from a decade of peace, particularly when it comes to decent healthcare.

Mark Doyle reports from Freetown, Sierra Leone.

  • 29 Feb 2012
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