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Sierra Leone & Cote d’Ivoire: A Comprehensive Approach to Maternal and Child Health Care in West Africa (May 2016)

Findings from the Learning Tour to Sierra Leone and Côte d’Ivoire. From May 28-June 4, a group of House and Senate congressional staffers, technical experts and a media representative, traveled with CARE, and learned about the importance of U.S. investments in maternal and child health to promote better health outcomes for women and youth in West Africa.

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