Empowering Communities: TOSHPA Launches Nurse-led Diabetes Clinic and Initiates Educational Outreach in Sierra Leone

In a groundbreaking endeavor to fortify healthcare services in Sierra Leone, the Organization of Sierra Leonean Healthcare Professionals Abroad (TOSHPA) proudly announces the inauguration of a Nurse-led Diabetes Clinic at Bo Government Hospital. This monumental event, attended by representatives from the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, TOSHPA leadership, and Bo Hospital officials, signifies a united effort to address the evolving healthcare needs of the nation. Additionally, TOSHPA has initiated educational outreach, with Elizabeth Faley, TOSHPA Diaspora Officer, delivering a talk on gestational diabetes at the antenatal clinic.

The inauguration of the Nurse-led Diabetes Clinic and the educational outreach on gestational diabetes exemplify TOSHPA’s unwavering dedication to advancing healthcare in Sierra Leone. This collaborative effort, inclusive of key stakeholders, serves as a beacon of hope, symbolizing the potential that lies in harnessing the collective expertise of Sierra Leonean healthcare professionals both at home and abroad. Together, they are not just addressing immediate health concerns but also empowering communities through education for a healthier and more resilient nation.

The Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer of Sierra Leone visited the clinic.

21st of December 2023

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