Dr. Mohamed Falilu Jalloh, is a Sierra Leonean citizen and the new CDD country Director in Cameroon.

Jalloh is an epidemiologist within the Division of Global Health Protection within the US Centers for disease control and Prevention.

He was very instrumental in the in fighting the 2014-16 Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone.

Jalloh co-founded the Sierra Leonean NGO, FOCUS 1000, and was working in Freetown as a senior program manager when the epidemic epidemic began. His work pivot the organisation toward Ebola response work, focusing on social mobilization and community engagement.

FOCUS 1000 is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Sierra Leone that is committed to making the best investment in the most crucial period in a child’s life: the first 1000 days.