Our employment service supported mental, emotional, and behavioral health research and the testing and scaling-up of interventions in low-resource settings.
Enabling Research on the Intergenerational Effects of War in Sierra Leone
We were able to provide employment for a federally-funded Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health project in Sierra Leone thanks to an economic and technical cooperation bilateral agreement between the governments of Sierra Leone and the U.S.
Although we don't have a legal entity in Sierra Leone, the agreement allowed for the mutual support of economic development in each country; this included hiring expatriate workers and providing exemption from certain employer and employee local income tax regulations so that we could employ and pay via our U.S. entity.
Harvard Global Services in Sierra Leone
Depending on your project's activities and funding sources, we may be able to provide our employment service for U.S. expatriates and third-country nationals. If you’re interested in utilizing our employment service in Sierra Leone—or if you'd like to inquire about one of our other services—complete and submit the form at the bottom of this page, or contact us to discuss your project.