Event Title

Ebola prevention and its prevention

Start Date

9-22-2014 3:10 PM

End Date

9-22-2014 3:30 PM

Description

Presentation: 22 minutes

His Excellency Bockari Stevens served as Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Republic of Guinea from 1988 to 1992. He is presently the Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the United States of America and is also accredited to the following countries: Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Federal Republic of Brazil, High Commissioner of the Republic of Sierra Leone to Canada, the Republic of Jamaica, the Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Guyana and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. In May 2014, Ambassador Stevens was appointed as Dean of the West African Ambassadors’ Group in Washington, DC. He attended the Fourah Bay College-University of Sierra Leone where he earned the bachelor of arts (BA) degree in history and politics. He continued his education at the London School of Economics and Political Science where he obtained a Diploma in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, and the University of East London where he was awarded the master of arts (MA) degree. While in London he worked with various NGOs as Community Development Officer at the Association of Sierra Leone Refugees; Development Officer at the Newham Refugee Forum; Information, Research and Communications Officer at the Children’s Society Refugee and Homeless Team; and Grassroots Capacity Building Officer at the Southwark Action for Voluntary Organisations.

 
Sep 22nd, 3:10 PM Sep 22nd, 3:30 PM

Ebola prevention and its prevention

Presentation: 22 minutes

His Excellency Bockari Stevens served as Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Republic of Guinea from 1988 to 1992. He is presently the Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the United States of America and is also accredited to the following countries: Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Federal Republic of Brazil, High Commissioner of the Republic of Sierra Leone to Canada, the Republic of Jamaica, the Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Guyana and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. In May 2014, Ambassador Stevens was appointed as Dean of the West African Ambassadors’ Group in Washington, DC. He attended the Fourah Bay College-University of Sierra Leone where he earned the bachelor of arts (BA) degree in history and politics. He continued his education at the London School of Economics and Political Science where he obtained a Diploma in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, and the University of East London where he was awarded the master of arts (MA) degree. While in London he worked with various NGOs as Community Development Officer at the Association of Sierra Leone Refugees; Development Officer at the Newham Refugee Forum; Information, Research and Communications Officer at the Children’s Society Refugee and Homeless Team; and Grassroots Capacity Building Officer at the Southwark Action for Voluntary Organisations.