Sei Bill Coleman

Age: 36 years

What is your background?
I was born in Kenema District. I am the second and last child in my family, mother and father both alive. Began my primary school in Kenema and completed in Liberia. Thereafter went to college at the Njala University in Bo District. I worked as a CHO in Bombali since completion.

Why did you want to enter the program?
I wanted to enter this program to be trained on basic surgical skills, put these skills into practice in order to help, tackle and correct pregnancy related complications that woman of childbearing age would develop during and after delivery. More over to find out to identify at-risk cases and make possible corrections.

What is a normal day like for you at the hospital?
A normal day for me at the hospital is when I have several patients to attend to like doing my ward round on a daily basis, watching and also performing surgical procedures under the watchful eyes of my surgical tutors. Hence gaining wealth of knowledge from those procedures.

What do you like most about the program?
What I like most about this program is that of the quality learning materials they make available to their candidates. The ideal learning environments which include housing and the health facility for practical sessions. Besides, they also provide trained and qualified medical practitioners with wealth of experienced to come and teach us in the most modern fashion.

What will you do after you finish the program?
I wish to rejoin the MOHS by gaining posting at any district hospital and make meaningful contribution by applying the skills I have Acquired from this training program in order to save lives hence reducing maternal mortality in the country.