Ebola response in Liberia and Sierra Leone

Partners In Health (PIH), in partnership with Last Mile Health in Liberia and Wellbody Alliance in Sierra Leone, is planning to establish Ebola Treatment Units in Grand Gedeh, Liberia, and Kono, Sierra Leone, to supplement the ongoing community and health center work of these organizations. Most Ebola Treatment Unit staff will be local nationals. However, given the chronic health workforce crisis in these countries, a sizable number of expatriates will be needed to augment the response and to train the local teams.

Experienced clinical and non-clinical health sector workers interested in volunteering to help people affected by the West Africa Ebola outbreak are welcome to register below. At this time, PIH can only accept applications from U.S. citizens in accordance with evacuation guidelines set forth by the U.S. government. We are hiring long-term positions (ideally 12 months) and we are also recruiting short-term clinical and non-clinical volunteers (10 week minimum).

We are currently recruiting for the roles listed . We will be updating this list frequently, according to needs identified on the ground. If you are interested in volunteering, but are unable to find a match for your qualifications, please check back soon.


Ellen Ball Partners In Health

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