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Mohamed Jalloh

Paralegal, Sierra Leone

Mohamed started his professional career as a community teacher in government secondary Koyeima school in Bo district. Between 2010-2017, he worked for Timap for Justice, a non-governmental organisation dedicated in providing justice to indigent Sierra Leonean that put the law into people’s hands and providing concrete practical solutions to justice problems.

Mohamed attended Christ the King College and Bo College of professional studies, where he received an advance diploma in Human Resource Management.