Lamin, pictured here on the right with Dr Mohamed Kargbo completed a 2-year BSc in anaesthetics and qualified as a nurse anaesthetist. Lamin is currently based at Holy Spirit Hospital (HSH) in Makeni.
Fatmata graduated as an SRN (state registered nurse) in 2018. She is currently undertaking a degree in peri-operative nursing in Accra, Ghana. She will return to Sierra Leone in 2021.
Foday qualified as an SRN in 2018 and is currently based at HSH in Makeni.
Isata graduated as an SRN in 2018 and is currently based at HSH in Makeni.
Ibrahim started a 4-year BSc at Njala University, Bo, Sierra Leone in 2017. He is due to finish in 2021
Bala is currently undertaking a 4-year physiotherapy degree in Chennai, India. He will return to Sierra Leone in 2022.
Dr Mohamed Kargbo is studying to be a consultant anaesthetist in Accra, Ghana. He became a member of WACS in October 2020 and begins his 2 year fellowship. In 2022 he will undertake a 6-month clinical placement in pain management before returning to Sierra Leone as the most highly qualified Anaesthetist in the country.
At the end of 2020 Dr Jalloh and Dr Wongo passed their final exams and qualified as Sierra Leone’s first ever reconstructive surgeons. Dr Jalloh is currently working at Connaught hospital in Freetown, establishing and developing the country’s reconstructive surgery and burns service. At the beginning of 2021 he and his team carried out Connaught’s first reconstructive surgery case.
Mr Darko is a reconstructive surgeon at Korle bu teaching hospital in Accra, Ghana. In 2019 he started a fellowship in reconstructive breast surgery at Canniesburn Unit in Glasgow.