Following the end of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Outbreak in Sierra Leone, the country is desirous of re-building its health system. To achieve this objective the country with support from Development Partners (DPs) developed a District Capacity Strengthening Project (DCSP). One of the components of the Projects is the Multi-Disciplinary Clinical Team (MDCT) Component. This component of the project aims to utilize the services of expatriate nationals as a short term measure to fill critical gaps in the health care delivery system as part of post-Ebola recovery activities, while the country works on a more sustainable human resource for health development program.
In support of the Government of Sierra Leone’s (GoSL) rebuilding efforts, the World Bank has made available funds to the GoSL under the Emergency Ebola Response Project (EERP). The GoSL wishes to apply part of these funds to secure the services of medical professionals to work in various district hospitals around the country.