Liberia Health Workforce Program needs midwifery educators and nursing educators!

By Robyn Churchill | 11 May, 2016

Midwives & Nurses needed in LIBERIA: The Liberian MoH & colleges of nursing & midwifery are starting a 7-yr program to build the health workforce through improving nursing & midwifery education and practice.

This is an opportunity to teach alongside of Liberian faculty, and help develop clinical training programs and faculty development initiatives in a collaborative effort with other partners and stakeholders under the direction of the Ministry of Health.

All candidates must be willing to live in Liberia for a one-year period in rural, low resource communities, Housing and associated relocation costs will be covered by the program. Positions are contingent on availability of funding.

Interested candidates please send an expression of interest and your CV to



David Southall Replied at 11:24 AM, 25 Jul 2016

Al Jazeera are showing today and all this week a documentary they have made about our task shifting work in Liberia where we are training midwives in advanced obstetrics including abdominal surgery such as caesarean section.

Please see this link and also our website for more details: <>
Professor David Southall OBE, MD, FRCPCH
Honorary Medical Director MCAI, 1 Columba Court, Laide IV22 2NL, UK
0044 (0) 7710 674003 <>, <> and <>
Registered as a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) No. SC043467
Member of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) <>

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