Bo Childrens Hospital

The Children at Bo Children's Hospital

Giving children hope

Our new series: Meet the Children of Bo

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Adama Kargbo was severely ill with a multitude of symptoms and abnormalities. Her family could not get sufficient help from the government hospital. Bo Children's hospital was able to save her.
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Malaria remains a significant public health concern in Sierra Leone. Namely, children aged under five are particularly at risk. As of 2016, malaria contributed close to an estimated 20% of child mortality.
Read the story of two-year old Maada, a child that was treated by the Bo Children's Hospital for Malaria.
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Malaria is endemic in Sierra Leone. The country's entire population is at risk of the disease and it is one of Sierra Leone's leading causes of death and illness. Malaria is the reason behind nearly four in ten hospital consultations countrywide. Children under five are at high risk of malaria. Learn how Bo saved one of the affected children: Nathasia Sesay
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In 2012, a girl in her late teenage years was admitted at the B.C.H and directly placed under the care of late Dr Sombie who was fully aware of her health history, having previously attended to her at age six; under the employment of the Bo Government Hospital. This teenager goes by the name: Fatmata Bangura.
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