• Bo Childrens Hospital
    Help the children of Sierra Leone
    Ranked as one of the highest countries in the world under-5 mortality rate
  • Save children
    Help make a difference...
    Malaria remains the most common cause of illness and death in the country
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    Help make a difference...
    One in six infants dies at birth.

Building a brighter future A dream becomes reality
How many great Rotary projects are the result of one person's inspiration and dedication? The Children's Hospital in Bo, Sierra Leone, is one. It was the vision of the late Dr Nuli Lemoh, a Sydney Paediatrician and Rotarian, born in Bo, Sierra Leone. He completed his Medical Degree in Sydney and then returned to work as a Paediatrician in Sierra Leone. When the civil war broke out he then returned with his family to Sydney
Our achievements
A silent yet preventable disaster. There is a sustainable solution to save children. Bo Children's Hospital, Sierra Leone. Making a tangible difference in the lives of the children & community.
Sierra Leone
Children in need
High mortality rate
The beginning
Taking shape

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First patients
Bo Childrens Hospital
The team
Save children
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At a Glance
  • 80 deaths out of every 1,000 children.
  • 1 in 6 die before the age of 5.
  • The common causes of child deaths include malnutrition, Diarrhoea and Malaria
  • There is a huge lack of maternal health care.
  • Sierra Leone has one of the highest under-5 mortality rate.

Bo Children's Hospital has treated over 31,000 since it opened in 2012, making a life saving difference to the children of
Sierra Leone

The challenges
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