In-country Staff

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Jeremiah Akoi BBA MBA

Finance Manager, MCAI Liberia


Jeremiah has worked for MCAI since 2012 and is based in Phebe Hospital, Bong County.  He is also our in-country security officer.  During the Ebola outbreak he helped to keep the programme going and supported our honorary medical director during visits to deliver urgently needed medical equipment, including a large oxygen generator system which provides oxygen cylinders for 4 main hospitals.  He currently supports the training of the latest three trainee obstetric clinicians as well as managing the finances of our programme in Liberia.

Amos Davis BSc

Programme Manager, MCAI Liberia


Amos has worked for MCAI since 2015. He is based in Monrovia and responsible for supporting the training of obstetric clinicians in Redemption Hospital in Monrovia and in CH Rennie hospital in Kakata.  He also acts as the link person with our partners in the Ministry of Health, World Health Organisation and United Nations Population Fund. 

Austine L.T. Menlor BBA AA in Administration

Logistician Grand Gedeh County, MCAI Liberia


Austine Menlor joined the MCAI team in June 2019 as logistician for Grand Gedeh County, Liberia as part of our joint programme with UNICEF. This project involves setting up, running and staffing a neonatal unit and providing emergency comprehensive obstetric and neonatal care at Martha Tubman Hospital. There is also an outreach maternal health project to local community health facilities. Austine has previously worked in administration and financial roles for the African Initiative for Relief and Development, Last Mile Health and the American Refugee Council.

Adeyemo A Kola  RN, OND, HND.Natural science

Lead Neonatal Trainer

Adeyemo A Kola is a devoted and dedicated nurse who has worked in paediatric emergency for several years with Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) in a hard to reach, low resource area of Nigeria. He has also worked for nine months as a critical care nurse in the city of Lagos, Nigeria, before joining MSF as a full time paediatric and neonatal emergency nurse.

As a nurse working on the frontline to help to save the lives of neonates and mothers in northern Nigeria, Kola won the prestigious neonatal nursing excellence award (COINN 2016) in Vancouver, Canada in August 2016.


He joined MCAI as the lead neonatal trainer for our task sharing programme in advanced neonatal care in Liberia in April 2017. Kola is married and is blessed with a beautiful daughter.