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About The Founder, Linda Muckson Sesay

Linda Muckson Sesay currently lives in Bowie Maryland United States and was born and raised in Sierra Leone, West Africa in a small village called Mamaka. She started her elementary, and high school and two years of college education that led her to obtain an associate degree in Sociology from Njala University in 2007. In 2008, Linda got an opportunity to travel to the USA, and there she obtained a license Practical Nurse (LPN) Diploma from the Virginia School of Nursing in 2011 that lied the basis for her moving up the ladder in a prestigious certificate as a Registered Nurse (RN) from the St. Michael College of Allied Health in Richmond Virginia. In a zesty to pursue higher education and to help humanity in the area of healthcare, Linda in 2017, obtained a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from Grand Canyon University Phoenix United States and two years later, she added a Master of Science in nursing degree to her name. With a strong determination to reach the top of her nursing career, Madam Linda Muckson Sesay is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program with Grand Canyon, Phoenix Arizona.

Linda has a unique story of a poor little girl growing up in a very deprived community in Sierra Leone, a country with the highest infant and maternal mortalities in the world. She saw the desperate need to improve the healthcare system, with a critical focus on Reproductive Health. Unfortunately, Linda lost her aunt during childbirth, who was in labor for 3 days and ended up losing her life together with the unborn child for lack of access to quality healthcare due to poverty. There was no health facility in the village, and the only available hospital is located in Maguraka which is a 3-hour drive away from Linda’s Village ( Mamaka) on a rough road, sometimes impossible to cross. Her aunt needed C-Section but to no avail. She bled to death together with the unborn child. This heartbreaking loss deeply affected Linda. She determined to prevent such tragedies from occurring again in her community, she made a vow to dedicate her life to healthcare and the well-being of her community. Linda pursued her education relentlessly, immersing herself in the field of nursing. Her passion and dedication led her to further her nursing career in the United States, where she honed her skills and became a renowned nurse.
Throughout her successful career in the United States, Linda never forgot her roots and the desperate need for healthcare in Sierra Leone.

To help in solving this problem and to contribute towards improving the health sector in her country Sierra Leone, in 2017 she started buying used medical supplies from her paycheck and sending them to clinics in Sierra Leone as a donation. Linda also goes to dumpsters (Trash) in Baltimore Maryland to pick up disposable medical supplies and ship them to Sierra Leone health centers as a donation.
In 2019, she established the Community Health Foundation (CHF) a non-profit organization registered in Maryland and Sierra Leone respectively. The main objective of this foundation is to support the less privileged people in her communities to get access to free and quality healthcare services, food, and other basic needs. Through her Foundation, Linda started receiving donations of medical supplies in Maryland USA, and continues to ship them to Hospitals in Sierra Leone also as a donation.
In April 2022, Linda completed a Maternal and Child Health Hospital building equipped with 30 beds capacity, which is currently operational with qualified Doctors and nurses. Linda Built and operated this Hospital with her own income which led her to work 2 full-time jobs, and a mother of 2 children also, a current doctoral student. Linda is desperately looking for partnerships for sustainability and expansions of this project,

With the COVID-19 pandemic starting in 2020, in which many frontline workers were hesitant to work and provide services to the dying world, Linda Muckson Sesay a Nurse by profession served as an emergency responder working in the Intensive care units (ICU) to save the lives of Americans in Maryland, New York, and Texas, etc.
Coupled with her services as a first responder, the foundation CHF partnered with the Capital Area Food Bank to provide food to people impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Linda continued her efforts coupled with her work as a healthcare provider ensuring that they continued to provide bi-weekly food drives and community outreach to the people in Prince George’s County. Maryland, USA. As a front liner herself, she worked with other partners in providing free PPEs to frontline workers in some hospitals in Maryland at a time when PPEs were in high demand and scarcely available. With her foundation the CHF, she has been proving meals to healthcare practitioners as a way of showing appreciation for giving up their lives to save humanity.

Key Activities of Linda’s Foundation CHF in Sierra Leone include:

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