Globe and Mail examines sustainability of Sierra Leone's free health care system
The Globe and Mail examines the sustainability of Sierra Leone's free health care system, writing, "The reform has been hugely successful and the death rate has dropped sharply. ... But the country's hospitals are overwhelmed with new patients, the drug supply can't keep up, the medical staff are overloaded, and it's unclear if the $36-million program would survive without foreign donations."
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