In Sierra Leone, 1 out of every 8 mothers dies during childbirth… Nurse Mary Koroma is changing that.

Africa’s Future in African Hands – Nurse Mary Koroma Speaks in St. Pete, FL!
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May 2nd, 6:30pm at 1100 First Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL.

Sierra Leone, West Africa is one of the richest places on the planet, in terms of natural resources. But African people there survive on less than $2/day. They do not have running water or electricity. The UN has declared the country a “medical emergency” because it has one of the highest rates of infant and maternal mortality in the world.

Despite all of this, Nurse-Midwife Mary Koroma, a leader of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP), has built an organization of over 500 members, a clinic that has already helped 3,000 babies be brought into the world without losing a single child or mother, nursing schools as well as much more.

This amazing woman is currently touring the US as part of AAPDEP’s “Africa’s Future in African Hands” tour.

Please consider attending the St. Petersburg stop of this tour – Wednesday, May 2nd at 6:30 pm. 1100 First Ave. N., Davidson Fine Art.

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