Dr. Victor Tamba Simbay Kabba is Dean, School of Environmental Sciences, Njala Campus. He holds a BSc Education degree in Geography/Biology; MSc in Geography, and a PhD in Land Resource Management. He joined the then Njala University College in 2001 as a Faculty member attached to The Department of Geography and Rural Development (now Institute of Geography and Development Studies).
Dr Abdul Karim Mbawah, PhD in Public Health, MA in Human Resource Management, MSc in Agricultural Economics and Management, BSc Agricultural Education, He got his education from Sierra Leone, China and UK. He is currently lecturer and head of Community Health Department.
Dan Youkee is an Emergency Medicine doctor and a PhD student at King's College London. His interests are stroke epidemiology and care systems and the clinical management of viral haemorrhagic fevers. He has lived and worked for King's College London in Sierra Leone since 2014.
Dr. Ikechukwu (Ike) Ogbuanu is the current Site Director for the Sierra Leone CHAMPS site. He is also an Adjunct Faculty in Global Health at the Hubert Department of Global Health. Prior to his current role, he served as medical epidemiologist with the CDC for ten years, the last five years detailed to the World Health Organization (WHO) Headquarters in Geneva. Dr. Ogbuanu has more than 20 years of progressive experience in clinical medicine, academic research, global public health, vaccinology, leadership and management. His greatest passion is in applying public health science and strategies to reduce disease morbidity and mortality in low and middle countries (LMICs) ----- Read More -----
Abdul Kareem Jalloh...Medical Research Centre
Sonnia-Magba Bu-Buakei Jabbi is the Director of Demographic, Health and Social Statistics Division at Statistics Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone's National Statistics Office [NSO]) with over ten years’ experience in managing the design and implementation of Statistical Surveys and Censuses. He also lectures Research and Statistical Methods for postgraduate students at the University of Sierra Leone on a part-time basis. He also consults on a regular basis for the United Nations, the African Development Bank and the World Bank on issues relating to statistical research ----- Read More -----
Francis B. J. Tommy graduated with a B.A. General Degree in 1993 from Fourah Bay College – University of Sierra Leone (USL). He served as Teaching Assistant in the Department of Theology from 1994 – 1995. In 1996 he gained admission to the South Bank University in London-United Kingdom (UK) to pursue his Master’s Degree in Development Studies. He graduated with a M.Sc. Degree in Development studies in 1998. In 1999, he was recruited as a Missionary of the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church (U.M.C.) and was assigned to the U.M.C. Seminary in Jalingo – Taraba State of Nigeria ----- Read More -----
Theophilus Blaudfaust is an experienced IT Professional who has more than 14 years of hands-on experience working with national and international organizations. He has worked on a broad scope in Information Technology including, IT infrastructure in Telecommunication, Banking, IT consulting company etc. He has very good knowledge in information technology designing and implementation, Network Infrastructure, Server Infrastructure, Cloud Architecture Technology, IT Security, Software and Service Desk processes. Prior to his appointment as director at Stats SL, ----- Read More -----