This Global Health Leaders Training is a great opportunity for people interested in Global Health. This opportunity seeks outstanding candidates to be fellows for the Sierra Leone chapter of the Kopfadeyemi Fellowship, in partnership with WAA. We look for intelligent, well-rounded individuals who possess strong problem solving skills, a history of leadership, a track record of success, and the passion to make an impact in public health for Sierra Leone.

Driving innovative technology and policy development in West Africa; the Kopfadeyemi Fellowship is a community of global health enthusiasts, students, clinical professionals, technologists, social entrepreneurs, creatives, policy makers and impact investors solving hard problems in Public Health across West Africa. The King´s Sierra Leone partnership (KSLP) is a long-term capacity building partnership between King´s Health Partners in London and key partner institutions in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Working together the Kopfadeyemi Fellowship and KSLP aims to help strengthen Sierra Leone’s health system by improving training, clinical services and policy. Key partners include the College of Medicine & Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS), Connaught Government Hospital, and the Ministry of Health & Sanitation (MOHS).This fellowship is targeted at young individuals (under 35) from the West Africa Diaspora with a strong background in achieving social impact, preferably in public health.

The fellowship will benefit those who wish to enhance their policy-making and leadership skills in order to effect change. Anyone is welcome to apply, please be minded that we will bias towards this mentioned criterai.

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Deadline for applications is Thursday 23rd Nov, 6pm (BST).

Please complete the application form to apply to be a fellow, or get in touch – if you would like to get involved in other ways, or you have a disability and need help with our application process.

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