Country Representative

PSI Sierra Leone

Kwabena Larbi is a public health professional with more than 20 years of experience supporting national and international organizations to plan, implement and monitor public health interventions, particularly malaria control interventions. He has worked in Sierra Leone, Ghana, Kenya, Chad, South Sudan, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, South Africa and Liberia.

Mr. Larbi has extensive experience in direct program management and has supported senior national malaria control management teams to effectively manage varied teams of professionals, mobilize resources, implement technically sound malaria control activities and account for resources. He has extensive experience in managing and coaching staff to achieve their potential in a supportive and culturally sensitive manner.

Mr. Larbi holds a Master of Public Health degree and Post Graduate Diploma in Health Systems Management from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


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