Profile: Research Associate Yanoh Jalloh

Our first publication on Evaluating the Impact of Ebola on Tertiary Education in Sierra Leone is out, thanks to the hard work of Yanoh Jalloh and Mucktarr Raschid.

Yanoh Jalloh is an adjunct lecturer at New York Institute of Technology in the Department of Health Sciences and a visiting lecturer with Professors Without Borders in Sierra Leone. She has worked with several different organizations in Sierra Leone on girls empowerment programming health education programming and resiliency planning for communities hit by disaster. Most recently Yanoh serves as a strategic adviser for SUDU- an organization that aims to provide quality homes and educations to orphans in Sierra Leone.

This summer, Yanoh will be leading a team of lecturers for the 2018 Prowibo Summer School in Freetown, Sierra Leone.