Mosoka P. Fallah

Mosoka P. Fallah, PhD, MPH, MA, is a program manager for the Saving Lives and Livelihoods Initiative, at the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fallah has a PhD in Immunology from the University of Kentucky and an MPH in Global Health from Harvard. Named a Time Magazine Person of the Year in 2014, he co-founded and directed the National Public Health Institute of Liberia, and has held various positions in health security and consulting. He also serves as the president and CEO of Refuge Place International, an NGO focused on providing health care to marginalized communities in Liberia.


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