Diabetes awareness for
Sierra Leone Parliamentarians in November 2018
TOSHPA went out to raise awareness
of Diabetes and high blood pressure for Sierra Leone Parliamentarians
as stakeholders who can push the agenda and proposal to Government
to save lives. Click photos
for more information.
Annual Black History Month Event of Health Education in London
12th October 2018.
We organised Network & Health Education,
& Dance fundraising event to raise awareness in the community.
Date: 12th October 2018
Time: 6pm to 1am (including Health Education:
6pm- 9pm, Food & Dance: 9pm- 1pm)
Venue: The Wheel Shunter Club, Honshay Street, Off Ilderton Road,
London SE15 1HB.
Topics: Hepatitis B, HIV & AIDS, Cardiocvascular Diseases and Eczema
Keynote Speaker: Mr Edward Mina
Music: Super DJ Jr Kallon
Thomas represented TOSHPA at the AEMRN conference in Geneva
As a mental health nurse, Hectoria was invited to speak at the
United Nations in Geneva at a two day conference
from the 7th to 8th December 2017. She did a presentation on the
work of TOSHPA (The Organisation of
Sierra Leone Healthcare Professionals
Abroad), focusing on capacity building and the training
of local healthcare workers in Sierra Leone.
For more information, click here or photo on the right hand side.
nurses and Midwives conference
Mimi Rogers represented TOSHPA at the Commonwealth nurses and Midwives conference
on 10th and 11th March in London.
The Chair Elizabeth Conteh, Diaspora Officer
and Deputy Chair Natasha Banya visited
the Sierra Leone delegates on 11th at
conference to support them morally.
fundraising buffet and dance March
TOSHPA members had their fundraising
buffet and dance on 17th March 2018 in London.
See photo of members on the
right hand side of this webpage- 4th photo on the right. Hit
here for more photos.
TOSHPA supports strengthening of health service of Koinadugu
TOSHPA Chair Elizabeth Conteh supported the strengthening of the
health service of Koinadugu District through capacity building by
IOM Sierra Leone, Japanese government funding, IOM UK, Office Of
Diaspora Sierra Leone and Ministry of health and Sanitation. For
photos click Koinadugu District.
response to 14th August 2017 mudslide and flood in Western Area
Rural and Freetown from 1st- 28th October 2017.
TOSHPA Health Professionals Ms Susan Kailondo- Banya and Ms Hectoria Thomas met
with stakeholders of the
Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation Mrs Madina
Rahman, Social Welfare, Mental Health and psychosocial coalition team
Security officials before starting their mission on mental health and psychosocial
care to mudslide and
flood survivors. Click here
for pictures taken with officials.
disaster in Sierra Leone 14th Aug 2017- TOSHPA's
Our representative Susan Banya-Legg, the Diaspora officer, with Hawa
Turay and Mrs Patricia Idris attended
the London Town Hall meeting
organised by the Sierra Leone High Commissioner
Mr Edward Turay for communities to respond to the mudslide and flood
victims needs in Sierra Leone.
TOSHPA as a humanitarian organisation is responding by sending mental health
and psychosocial care Professionals to work alongside the local colleagues in
offering care to survivors of the 14th August 2017 disaster.
We are also sending clothes, shoes, bags etc to the victims. Click photo
more information. Support Sierra Leone mudslide and flood survivors.
To see the mudslide and flooding photos, hit mudslide-flooding-graves
or photo on your right.
donate generously. You can donate by bank/ debit card.
members at their first fundraising luncheon sale in London
17th June 2017.
TOSHPA Chair giving a talk about the importance of Sierra Leonean healthcare
workers to join TOSHPA and contribute to the improvement of the health services
in their mother land. Hit here for more
information and photos.
TOSHPA Chair teaches at Nixon Memorial
Methodist Hospital in Sierra Leone.
Skills and knowledge transfer voluntarily by the TOSHPA
Chair, teaching the 2nd and 3rd year State Enrolled Community Health
Nursing students (SECHN) at the NMMH in Segbwema, Eastern Sierra
Leone on Friday
12th May 2017. Click here
for details and photos.