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Sister Ivy Conteh heads up the eclampsia ward at the Princess Christ Maternity Hospital in Freetown. For the million-strong population of Freetown, there are only 162 government health workers trained to deliver a baby. Sierra Leone has the highest maternal mortality rate in the world, with one in every eight women dying in childbirth..