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The Ministry of Health & Sanitation (MoHS) believes that access to sound health is a human right, its vision is to ensure a functional national health system delivering efficient, high quality health care services that are accessible, equitable and affordable for everybody in Sierra Leone and the overall goal is to maintain and improve the health of its citizens.

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Sierra Leone SARA Plus Report 2017

The document provides a summary report of the 2017 Service Availability and Readiness Assessment (SARA) Plus in Sierra Leone. The Sierra Leone Service Availability and Readiness Assessment (SARA) conducted in 2017 is the first health services census to be implemented in the country. The use of standard, tested tools allowed the SARA to provide information on:

  1. The availability of health services at the facility level
  2. The availability of inputs needed to deliver the basic package of essential health services
  3. The readiness of health facilities to provide health services

This 2017 SARA is unique because a data quality review and a quality of care survey were also conducted. Their findings are presented in this summary report.

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