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Perhaps the only thing more important to the Liberia FETP than improving the disease prevention, detection, and response capacity of the Ministry of Health (MoH) are socks. Yes. Socks. During each workshop, participants, instructors, and guests challenge each other to determine whose socks are the most stylish, unique, and eye-catching.

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While started in jest, the competition to obtain the highly coveted bragging rights earned by the winner has become more fierce with each workshop and each cohort. Emory Professor Scott McNabb, Principal Investigator the university’s partnership between the MoH, the African Field Epidemiology, and the US Centers of Disease Control and Prevention to stand up the Liberia FETP, sparked the competition when he challenged Thomas Nagbe, MoH Director of Disease Control and Prevention, during the very first workshop for the first cohort. Since then, the competition has become a tradition of the Liberia FETP with the main showoff held during the graduation ceremony of each cohort.

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The reigning champion is Joseph Frimpong, Liberia FETP Coordinator. Joseph claimed the title after judges determined that his socks (green, second from the right) were the best in the final competition held during last month’s Workshop 3 for Cohort 2.

Joseph humbly accepted victory while his expressing his goal to remain on top. However, by the pictures below of the socks of the participants’ in the current, third cohort, show  that competition will be stiff.

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