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Building Capacity within the Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors


This document describes how the Strengthening Health Systems Post-Ebola (SHSPE) program has been working with the Sierra Leone Association for Ebola Survivors (SLAES) to support its organizational capacity building. The program’s objective was to help SLAES become an effective, autonomous institution that can serve EVD survivors and advocate for their needs. This has included supporting SLAES to build the capacity, systems, and knowledge needed to be a functional grassroots organization.

Three key components were identified as helping to accomplish this objective:

  1. Organizational capacity building
  2. Support for key advocacy priorities and activities
  3. Technical support to implement SLAES-led projects.

The document, written in 2018, contains results and highlights from these interventions. 

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