Liberia

Office Staff

  • Joe Binda, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
  • Isaac Brown, Accountant
  • Richard Clarke, Infrastructure Advisor
  • George Delon, Transport Supervisor
  • Augustus Doe, Procurement/Logistics Officer
  • Melvin Doe, IT Specialist
  • Dr. Rose Macauley, Chief of Party
  • Amos Gardy, Finance & Operations Manager
  • Abraham Gbeh, Clinical Service MHPSS Officer
  • Desmond Harris, Office Supervisor
  • Mildred Harris, Capacity Building Advisor
  • Pauline Jallah, Clinical MHPSS Advisor
  • James Kennedy, Office Assistant/Cleaner
  • Oliver Kiki, Driver
  • Yvonne Kodl, Deputy Chief of Party/Technical Director
  • Mama Kollie, Clinical Service MHPSS Officer
  • Victor Kollie, Finance Assistant
  • Garwolo Kortee, Procurement Assistant
  • Basiru Kpaka, F&A Assistant
  • Trokon McClain, Driver
  • Sophie Roden, Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
  • Mohammed Saah, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
  • Vivian Sambola, Clinical Service MHPSS Officer
  • Abu Sanda, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
  • Mohamed Sandi, Office Attendant
  • Emmanuel Sandy, Driver
  • Sumo Sidiaffall, Generator Operator
  • Geeplah Sleweon, Driver
  • Caleb Soko, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
  • Edmund Sokpah, Clinical Service MHPSS Officer
  • Joyce Williams, HR Officer
  • Jospeh Wureh, Mechanic

National Ebola Survivor Secretariat Staff (Seconded to MOH)

  • Amanda Gbarmo Ndorbor, National Coordinator
  • Gunleseh Songay, Clinical Coordinator
  • Sidney Swen, Sec. Office Assistant/ Cleaner
  • Tarus Vannie, Affected Population Coordinator
  • Kou Yeleboe, MHPSS Coordinator

APC’s Ebola Transmission Prevention and Survivor Services (ETP&SS) program works with ministries of health and nongovernmental organizations in the three countries that were most affected by the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak: Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea.

Photo of three people at an APC Liberia survivors workshop.

Key Objectives of ETP&SS in Liberia

  • Strengthen coordination and management of activities for Ebola survivors through the National Ebola Survivor Secretariat and the National Ebola Survivor Network.
  • Improve access for Ebola survivors to health services through health facilities that care for survivors, and combat stigma and discrimination among providers.
  • Build health system capacity to provide specialized health services for common complications among survivors.
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Primary Activities

  • Support the establishment and institutionalization of the National Ebola Survivor Secretariat, and strengthen the National Ebola Survivor’s Network’s capacity to coordinate and disseminate information to the EVD survivors.
  • Conduct survivor population and services mapping exercises.
  • Develop a referral pathway framework to facilitate health service delivery.
  • Support training and mentoring of medical students, residents, and mid-level health workers in sub-specialty clinical areas that affect EVD survivors.
  • Renovate target health facilities.

Health Areas

  • Mitigate risk of resurgence of the EVD.
  • Ensure the effective delivery of health care and psychosocial support services that respond to survivor needs.
  • Support strengthening of critical health services used by survivors through direct assistance to health facilities.

Photo of a male doctor standing in a hospital waiting area outside.

Watch New Videos - January 2018

In late September 2017, the USAID-funded Advancing Partners & Communities project partnered with Samaritan’s Purse, ELWA Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health to bring in cataract surgeons, ophthalmologists and lab specialists from Emory University and Johns Hopkins University Hospitals, among others, to perform cataract surgeries for Ebola survivors in Liberia.

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News from Liberia

2018

March 29, 2018 | Article

Through APC's support, nurses, registered midwives and physician assistants from the four counties hardest hit by Ebola completed a six-month intensive training program on mental health.

March 26, 2018 | Article

JSI Research & Training Institute, through the Advancing Partners & Communities project, and the World Health Organization dedicated a refurbished and well equipped medical laboratory at the Tellewoyan Memorial Hospital in Liberia.

January 12, 2018 | General News

In late September 2017, the USAID-funded Advancing Partners & Communities project partnered with Samaritan’s Purse, ELWA Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health to bring in cataract surgeons, ophthalmologists and lab specialists from Emory University and Johns Hopkins University Hospitals, among others, to perform cataract surgeries for Ebola survivors in Liberia.

January 08, 2018 | Article

Advancing Partners & Communities partnered with PREVAIL to perform cataract surgeries for Ebola survivors in Liberia.

January 08, 2018 | Blog

In late September 2017, APC partnered with Samaritan’s Purse, ELWA Hospital, and the National Institutes for Health to bring in cataract surgeons from Emory University and Johns Hopkins University Hospitals to perform cataract surgeries for Ebola survivors in Liberia.