Reduced maternal mortality in Maridi County Hospital – South Sudan

In South Sudan, women and girls are likely to experience adverse maternal health outcomes. They often face discrimination and abuse, which leads to increased maternal morbidities and mortalities in health facilities. Amref Health Africa – South Sudan is currently implementing a primary health care project, funded by the Health Pooled Fund (HPF) to improve maternal […]

Providing quality health care for vulnerable children in South Sudan

Every breath counts in Tonj North, Warrap State – South Sudan, but the progress in addressing the number of children who die from complicated childhood illnesses is not happening fast enough. It is the poorest children who lack access to basic quality health services for diagnosis and treatment due to long-distance travel and insecurity, who […]

Incentives for women in healthcare are improving livelihoods

Women’s socio-economic well-being and human rights in South Sudan are integral to the Health Pooled Fund (HPF) programme. We celebrate some success while we continue to push for gender equality in the health sector. It is less uncommon to find women at the frontline providing health services at facilities in their communities. However, their work […]

Montrose research on complementary basic education in Ghana

The research is important as Ghana enters a new phase of CBE through the Ghana Education Outcomes Project. Montrose, in partnership with Street Child, SEND Ghana and Chance for Childhood will be launching a new round of accelerated learning programmes to reach 20,000 out of school children between 2023 and 2026.

HM Queen Elizabeth II

Montrose is saddened to hear of the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Condolences to the Royal Family as we remember her life of service and commitment to the UK, the Commonwealth and globally.

Study aims to achieve equitable access to healthcare for people with disabilities

Montrose has completed and disseminated findings from a Disability Context Analysis study in Sierra Leone. The study was conducted as part of the Monitoring, Evidence, Learning and Review (MELR) component of the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s (FCDO) five-year Saving Lives in Sierra Leone programme. The purpose of the study was to better understand […]

Saving Lives resources available worldwide on new website

Saving Lives in Sierra Leone has developed a comprehensive programme website which will serve as a central information repository and knowledge database, providing access to programme resources for internal and external audiences.