Ebola in West Africa: volunteer registration


Ebola in West Africa. Credit: European Commission DG ECHO

In light of the urgent need to recruit qualified staff to assist with the current Ebola crisis in West Africa, the School has created a volunteer response register for interested School staff, students and alumni. The Ebola response register is designed to assist our partners in the field to identify people who are suitably qualified and available to volunteer.

We are currently working with the World Health Organization (WHO), Save the Children, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), International Medical Corps UK and Kings Sierra Leone Partnership. These organisations are looking for staff (both clinical and non-clinical) to be deployed to West Africa, primarily Sierra Leone. WHO is also looking for technical and administrative assistance both in Geneva and remotely.

If you are interested in volunteering, please register your interest by getting in touch with us.

Please note: We are only able to coordinate volunteering opportunities for School staff and alumni.



    I am a Medical Doctor and LSTM Alumnus (DTMH, MSc Public Health : Health Promotion). I work in Abuja, Nigeria as the Applied Health Outcomes/Quality Improvement Specialist with Management Sciences for Health. Although I am fully engaged by MSH, I would like to volunteer my time for any efforts especially in Nigeria.

  2. Oke Oluwatoyin

    I am a Registered Nurse and also lshtm alumnus Msc Public health,I live in Nigeria and will like to be a volunteer.

  3. Oke Oluwatoyin

    I like to be a volunteer

  4. Amy Curtis

    I am a Registered Nurse currently working as a Practice/travel nurse, I also work as a locum in emergency. My background is surgical and A£E nursing and I did the DTN at LSTHM in 2011.
    Depending on time frame and dates etc I am interested in working in Sierra Leone.

  5. Chris KW CHAN

    Chinese medicine clinician. MSc (Public Health), DLSHTM 2011. Base in Hong Kong. Please let me know if help is needed.

  6. mary walker

    I am a medical doctor and an LSHTM alumni (MSc Public Health, 2005). I am currently employed by the NHS but would potentially be available from March onwards.

    • Ebola@lshtm

      Thanks Mary,
      Those currently working for the NHS wanting to volunteer for the Ebola response will need to do so via the UKIEMR (www.uk-med.org) as this is the official UK government mechanism for NHS staff deploying to emergencies.

  7. mary walker

    I am a medical doctor and an LSHTM alumni (MSc Public Health, 2005). I have experience working in both general and emergency medicine. I am currently employed full time by the NHS but would potentially be available from March onwards.

  8. Dr. Mariatu Turay-Rohde

    Dr. Mariatu Turay-Rohde (Berlin, Germany)
    I am a medical doctor and LSHTM Alumnus (MD, MSc. Public Health) and currently work in Berlin Germany as a physician (advisory and consultancy) for the German Federal Statutory Pension Insurance Scheme in Berlin.
    Even though I am fully engaged with my current employer, I would like to volunteer my time for any health related efforts in any of the affected countries in the region.

  9. Dr. Mariatu Turay-Rohde

    Thanx LSHTM!
    An extraordinary situation like this requires extraordinary measures.

  10. Jorge Ibarra, MD, MPH, FACE

    I am a medical doctor with expertise on epidemiology and public health programs. I would like to register as a volunteer for the Ebola crisis.

  11. Dr Josphat Kosgei

    Noble cause indeed. I would like to volunteer. I am a Medical Doctor (MBChB, MSc Inf Diseases – just completed at LSHTM).

  12. dr jayanta malakar, d-card , mbbs

    I wish to be volunteer at any circumstances. Currently working as assistant registrar cardiology @government of bangladesh

  13. Jemal Mohammed

    Hello! How are you? This is Jemal From Gorogutu, East Hararghe, Ethiopia. I heared that there is Registration of volunteers who are interested to take part in EVD Epidemic which has been recentely occured in western African countries. I am the one who want to participate. Our zonal Health office knows well about my potential in epidemic management in my past 12 years work experience.
    So i want you Register me as follows:
    Jemal Mohammed
    Age 35
    If you have any question, here is my cell phone: +251 920 639 989
    Email: jsadikmn@yahoo.com

  14. Glorria Makahwi

    lm a development worker n wishes to volunteer my time if l could be useful in the course

  15. Dr Deborah Langat

    I am Medical Doctor( MBChB, MSc Infectious Diseases) working in Kenya and would love to volunteer