Nat-Israel I

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Fadhili Maghiya

I possess strong theoretical and analytical skills with an up-to date understanding of development issues; Having spearheaded the Africa-UK initiative in Wales, collaboratively working with Africa Diaspora communities as well as key international development stakeholders, I am now in charge of running SSAP and running and managing SSAP’s main projects. I possess excellent communication, management and organization skills. I have founded and managed the first Wales African Film Festival and assisted in delivering Europe’s largest Africa Film Festival. I have experiences of working for the United International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (UNICTR) as a legal intern and have over 5 years’ experience in managerial positions encompassing creative thinking to run a business.

2008 – 2010: University of the West of England (UWE). MA Human Rights (Distinction).
2004 – 2007: University of the West of England (UWE). BA in Social Sciences
2001 – 2003: Colchester Sixth Form College, North Hill, Colchester. 4 A/AS Levels
1999 – 2001: St Helen Comprehensive School, Colchester. 10 GCSE’s


April 2013 – Now: Capacity Building and Advocacy Officer for Sub Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP):
I am responsible for coordinating SSAP’s activities as well as running and managing its outreach programs to Welsh African communities contributing to the developments of Africa. I currently manage the Arica-UK initiative in Wales. This is a DFID and Comic Relief funded project to support African Diasporas involved in international development. Through this, I have organized trainings, conferences and seminars for African communities to raise profiles of their contribution; build their understanding of policy developments in Africa; increase their capacity to engage and influence international development policy makers and contribute to a UK-wide African Diaspora campaign to influence and engage policy makers.

April 2013 – Now: Founder and Director of Watch-Africa – Wales African Film Festival (WAFF)
Watch-Africa 2013 is the first Wales African Film Festival in Wales and having founded the festival, I was responsible in organising and managing all aspects of the festival. This included applying for funds; liaising with funders, sponsors, film distributors and other stakeholders; Running a marketing and communication strategy which included preparing press release, social media campaign and managing the website as well as working with volunteers and assistants.

September 2013 – Now: Admin and Project Coordinator for Life for African Mothers (L4AM)
Responsible for all admin tasks as well as assisting in coordinating charity’s projects in Africa, I collaboratively work with our partners in Sub-Saharan Africa to ensure successful delivery of our projects. This varies from organizing, preparing and managing midwife-volunteers for their trips to Africa; managing the charity’s finances as well as assisting in fundraising, research and grant applications. Working alongside the CEO, volunteers, trustees and our pool of fundraisers, I also assist in strategically planning the charity’s future programs.

December 2012 – March 2013: Online and Communication Intern with Royal African Society (RAS)
Using web-publishing software such as WordPress, Drupal etc, I was responsible in updating and adding contents to ‘Gateway for Africa’, a website listing Africa-related events across UK. I also assisted in spearheading its social media campaign by promoting published materials through Facebook and Twitter to its 2000+ followers. I also contributed to RAS’s, ‘African Arguments’, a website and platform to analyze current issues happening in Africa.

June – November 2012: Event Organizer with Film Africa 2012: Interning for Europe’s leading African Film Festival, I was responsible for updating its databases and websites; research on fundraising opportunities and assisting in various organizational, operational and admin tasks. Using social media to raise awareness of the festival and assist in programming the events and activities during the festival. I also ensured a smooth running of events by liaising with projectionist, volunteers, festival managers and directors.

September 2009 – January 2010: Legal Intern with United Nation International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (UNICTR): Assigned to all aspects of prosecution work within the Akazu trial team in the Office of the Prosecution (OTP). Working as a team under a senior prosecutor, tasks included assisting lawyers with preparation of examinations in chief and cross-examinations of witnesses, drafting of motions, pre-trial, closing and appeals briefs, assisted in classification and preparation of evidence for trial, undertaking general legal research, preparing various documents such as books of authorities and discussion papers and going on investigative missions in Rwanda. I gained a first class grade for the report of this placement, submitted as part of my MA.

February 2007- September 2009: Volunteer at African Initiative: Assisted in spearheading the Global Citizenship campaign by helping to create the Global Resource Catalogue for Schools in South, West England as well as assiting in admin and research tasks.

May – September 2005: Charity Fundraiser (on commission) for Person To Person: I achieved an above average signing up of 4 people per day at £4 a week through street and door to door methods

August 2008-April 2012: Assistant Manager for Compass Plc at Bristol City Museum: I managed and organized 5+ members of staff to deliver catering services, regularly receiving very positive feedback from my customers; recently co-supervised a very successful catering event for 500 people on the opening night of Banksy’s exhibition. My key achievement was to continue to ensure delivery of high quality catering services following a three-fold rise in attendance figures to the museum. Other tasks include dealing with customer enquiries, cash handling, events booking, staff training, preparing budgets and business reviews.

• Played basketball for secondary school team, currently playing for a local team.
• Run and completed Bristol Half Marathon in 2011
• Enjoy listening and contributing to current affairs and political discussions
• Lectured to 2nd Year University students.
• Succeeded in securing a place in one of the two most prestigious schools for exceptionally gifted boys in Tanzania (Ilboru Secondary School).
• Dissertation stored on the University’s website having obtained a pass over 70%.

• Passed Level 2 award in Food and Safety Catering
• Fluent in Swahili and English
• Comfortable in using Microsoft Office, Nexus and SPSS computer programs.
• Lived and studied in Tanzania before moving to UK.
• Run and completed Bristol Half Marathon
• Steering Committee Member of the international development hub in Cardiff, Wales.
• Member of Wales for Africa Community Links grants panel.
• Member of AFFORD’s ‘Africa Gives’ steering committee


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Amy L Bergquist

The Advocates for Human Rights is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and protecting human rights. Through cutting-edge research, education, and advocacy, The Advocates saves lives, fights injustice, restores peace, and builds the human rights movement in the United States and around the world. Visit to learn more.

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Vimbai Z Zinyama Mushongera








I.D. NUMBER : 63-749188V38



CONTACT DETAILS : 206 The Rembrandt
22 Colqhoun

A highly experienced executive who has demonstrated ability to work with and lead diverse teams of all levels within the private sector and civic society organisations , from grass root organisations , professionals to policy makers . With strong technical and business qualifications as well as exceptional organising , resource mobilisation and capacity building skills and 15 years hands on experience strategic planning , budgeting , organisational development, project management, systems and strategy engineering , policy analysis, advocacy and networking between business , Labour, Government , civic society , subsistence farmers , traditional leaders and churches . Possesses critical strength to analyse, and identify deficiencies , pick opportunities and develop innovative and cost effective solutions .


To do business with your organisation in the areas of social sciences and developmental research , Projects or programme evaluations , preparation of concepts note and training , Material development and capacity development .


1990: Barclays Bank Physical & Analytical Banking.
-Data capture
-Cash administration
-Corporate Retail Banking
-Agriculture Finance
-Foreign and local dealing

1994: Barclays Bank Training Centre
 -Prepared training manuals
 -Facilitated training seminars
 -Organised on job training activities
 Organised trainings for SMEs

1994: Researcher –ZBAWU
 Prepared a research document which fed into the education manual for women for FIET.
 Prepared the strategies for mobilising and educating Women Bankers

1995: Research & Policy Analysis –Indigenous Business Women Organisation
 Founding member and director organised groups of rural based and urban based women.
 Undertook research on women’s issues and prepared submissions for
 Tabling with the Parliament Portfolios Committee on Poverty and Employment Creation.
 Networking and lobbying with international partners.
 Facilitated meetings to lobby for provision of Separate fund for women and repealing of the Credit Guarantee Scheme.
 Preparing punch lines and Slogans for headlines on Women’s Issues
 Represented the organisation on the following Boards- Joy TV, Telecel
 Zimbabwe Development Corporation, the Trade Fair and I.D.C.

1997: Arrow Micro Credit Scheme – Programme Manager
• -Advocated for recognition of Micro-Lenders and Establishment of an umbrella body for Small scale lenders
• -Designing Strategies and undertaking scenario planning for advocacy
• -Host the first Micro-Credit Summit in Zimbabwe
• Data Base Management Systems

2002: Commonwealth Trades Union Project Administrator (ZCTU/CTUC)
 -Projects planning , budgeting and developing
 Resource mobilisation
 -Projects regional and international networking
 -Projects financial reporting
 -Audit preparation and facilitation
 -Office administration

2007 Parliamentary and Advocacy & International Affairs Officer
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions
 Parliament and Policy Monitoring
 Facilitate Parliament and Policy Engagement
 Networking with CSOs and Churches
 Communicating Organisation Policy Position
 Regional and International Advocacy on Issues affecting Workers and the working people
 Engaging government departments & Development Partners
 Strategies for establishing Policy Dialogue


2014 – Msc Development Studies (WUA)
Perspectives in Development
Advanced Qualitative Research
Environment and Sustainable Development
Project Planning and Management
Gender and Development

2011-2012 PG. Leadership for Change (Southern Africa Trust-Mauritius)
Certificate of Completion
Research Area- The role of Intelligence & Knowledge
Management – A case for Zimbabwe Civic Society and SADC Intervention on ZIM Question.

2008-2012 BSc. Honours Business Administration & Office Technology (Chinhoyi University of Technology)
Research Topic- Effectiveness of Trade Unions – A case for ZCTU 2001-2011

1990-1992 Institute of Bankers 2 213-IOBZ Diploma
Economics I, II
Bank Law Practice I, II
Financial Accounting 1, II
Financial Management I

1994 Researchers Course ILO
Sources of data
Data Analysis
Documentation of data
Presentation of Data

1989-1990 LCCI Marketing
Marketing Management
Market differentiation
Sales Management
International Marketing
Public Relations

1993 Negotiator’s Course FIET-GMB
Negotiations Vs. Demand
Preparations for Negotiations
Managing Negotiations
Tightening and Tact for Negotiations
Deadlocks in Negotiations.

1999 Executive Development Programme (UZ)Z5110045
Programming and Programmes development
Market Management
Business Law and practise
Strategic Management
International Management

2001 Trade & Finance Policy Colloquium SAPES
Trade and Development
Trade and Finance
Finance, Trade and poverty
Trade for Social justice
Trade protocols Monitoring
Trade Conflicts Management

2001-2002 ACCA Diploma in Financial Management No. 0822183
Financial Accounting
Management Accounting
Budgeting & Resource mobilisation
Accounting standards and Reporting
International Financial Planning

1996 Gender & Economic Development Programme (C ERTIFICATE)
Define Gender and development
Gender and Development
Gender programmes and Feminism
Policy and politics of Gender
Programming gender and Gender Activism
Strategies for Mainstreaming Gender

1996-1997 Organisational Management US/ZIM-2011/1996 CIPE
Origins of Organisations
Research Management
Policy and politics in organisation in organisation
Structuring in organisations
Administration and Finance in organisations
Strategies, Logistics and tactics in Organisations
Marketing organisations

1997 SGS –Systems International Certificate 980501933A/4954
Systems development
Systems strategising
Systems audit & Lead Auditor’s programme
Audit Management
Training and development of auditors

2003 Commonwealth Project Management
Commonwealth Standard Project Management
Project design and Planning
Project Budgeting and Implementing
Project evaluation and monitoring
Project closure
Project Reporting –Narrative & Financial

2004 ILO Local Employment in the informal economy
Understanding Informal Economy
Regulating the informal economy
Social Security for informal economy Workers
Mainstreaming informal Economy activities
Collective Bargaining in the Informal Economy
Partnership Building in the informal economy

2006 Research& Political analysis Ditsella prog
Research links with Policy
Research Management
Data collection and analysis
Programming Research Results
Developing and Managing Campaigns

2005-2007 Southern Africa Trade Union Leadership Academy – Trans-forum Africa
Social and economic problems for the working poor
Southern Africa Social and Economic analysis
The role of Trade Unions in Building the Labour Movement
Building resistance and resilience for trade Union Movement
Strategising and responding to Labour Market issues Designing course and Leadership programmes for TU
Facilitators Course

2006-2007 ALEN-APADEP Regional Co-ordinator
ZCTU Summer School facilitation
Coordinator’s initiation Programme
Educators Development Programme- Country Projects
Material Development for Africa Labour Market
Hosting Political Workshops.

2007 US Leadership Development programme
History of Civic Society Organisations
Development Management
Political Development and role of organised Labour
Lobbying for Congressional decisions
Following up congress resolutions
Local Development of States
Ideological Campaigns
Uprooting poverty
Dealing with undocumented workers

2009 Project Management – Management Training Bureau
Organisation Renewals
Projects Management Skills
MIS in Projects Management
Project Quality Management
Project Risk Management
Practicum on Project Development

2010 Freedom House/ NANGO Policy Analysis & Advocacy
Training for Consultancy

Theories of the State
Geo politics of Africa
Political Institutes for Engagement
Policy Analysis , Formulation , Implementation
Advocacy & Lobbying Strategies
Mobilisation of Resources
Management of a Campaign Process
Monitoring and Evaluations
Report Writing
Advocacy Manual preparation

• Barclays Bank Training Centre Manuals
• Training Manual for Trade Union Organisor- Informal Economy Workers (ILO Manual)
• Trade Union /Trade Association Leadership Development
• Informal Economy Organisors Course
• Street-net Manual and programme for collective Bargaining in the informal economy
• SATULA (Southern Africa Trade Union Leadership Academy) – Schools Manual
• APADEP(A Participatory Approach to Research & Development Programme) Regional Educators Development Manual
• ZCIEA (Zimbabwe Chamber of Informal Economy Associations) – Informal Economy Workers Rights Awareness Manual.
• ZCTU(Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions) – Parliament and Advocacy toolkits and engagement material
• ZCTU (Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions) Policy Guide for Transformative Transitional Justice.


O’ Levels 6 subjects
A’ Levels 3 subjects


Organisational Managerial
A self-starter, Innovator, Team player and team builder, strong communicator
Tact and logistics person and strategist and ability to work under pressure and scenario planner, Public speaking , can handle advocacy and campaigns, Good command of quality control and organisational skills . I am also flexible and rational person.

Understanding Speaking Writing
Listening Reading Spoken Interaction Spoken Production Efficiency
Shona Fluent Fluent Fluent Fluent Fluent
English Fluent Fluent Fluent Fluent Fluent
Ndebele Standard Go by Communication Standard Bad
Portuguese Learning Learning Learning

Computer Skills

MS Windows, Desk Top Designing, Spread sheet, Website management , Access

2001 UNIDO Africa Top 50 Innovators award

• Vice Chairperson of the European Union –Zimbabwe Decentralisation Programme

• A Captain in the Girls Brigade Movement in Zimbabwe

• Advisor – Salvation Army Personnel Board

• A Trustee Board Member – Zim Farmers Union Mash West

• Chair-Person Salvation Army Arcadia Girls Hostel

• Chair- person Harare Mayor’s Cheer Fund Committee

• Salvation Army Youth Planning Committee

• Board Member SALLY Institute

• Basketball and Fitness Programmes
• Watching soccer, and socialising
• Interior designing

9. References

The Country Director
American Centre for International Labour Solidarity
11 Edinburg
Harare .
263 4 -850249 , 883448 ,
263 -4 -0712 616 783

The C.E.O.
5 Meredith Crescent
263-04-708761 , 794 973
263-0712 640 221

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African Economists Living in Erurope

If you are from Africa and you hold a degree in Economics, you wold like to get in touch with me. We can work together to help ourselves and improve lives. Please add me to your contact list so we can start talking. Thanks.

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i am a dual citizen from Zambia and Congo – Kinshasa, i am single and i am a son of a former diplomat in South Korea during Congolese president Mobutu regime and my father is in exile in Brussels and relatives in the USA,South Africa,UK, i am a modern languages teacher aged 30 years old specialized in English ,French and Spanish i did my education in the Congo,Zambia and UK and France.

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Immigration Law Office Serving SE NC And 50 US States

Hello. My name is Yolette M. Saintiny, Esq. – as an immigrant myself, I do understand and identify with your needs and promise to zealously represent your rights and interests to legal immigration and migration under current laws.

State Bar Affiliation- As a member in good standing of the New York State Bar, 2nd Judicial Department since 1995; I have been engaged in the practice of Immigration Law mostly throughout my tenure- exclusively at times.

Legal Education- Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn Heights, New York 1994’

Languages- English, French and Haitian Creole

Professional Profile- Avvo – LinkedIn – Google+

Legal Experience- My extensive legal experience includes multiple appearances before Federal, State Courts and Administrative Tribunals on diverse subject matters, including securing Client’s release on Bond from Immigration Detention Centers.

Client Dedication- I am a zealous advocate who has gone to the last mile for my clients to ensure a positive outcome.

Immigration Legal Services Include:

International Adoptions

Hague; and
Non Hague Convention Countries

Legal & Coaching Services is available for International Adoptions

Green Cards

Adjustment of Status (AOS)
Removal of Conditions of Residence
Green Card Renewal ǀ Replacement

Non-Immigrant Visas

“TPS” Temporary Protected Status
K-1 Fiancé (e) Visas
Violence against Women Act (VAWA) Petitions
Extension of Stay
Change of Non-immigrant Status

Humanitarian Visas

Humanitarian Parole
DACA- Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Citizenship and Naturalization

US Naturalization

Immigration Court

Bond Hearings
Cancellation of Removal

Yolette M. Saintiny, Esq.- Represents people for Immigration Services in NC, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida, Georgia, throughout 50 U.S. States & Internationally.

Contact 1(800) 316.8805 for a FREE 15 minutes initial case evaluation.

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Emmanuel Agyenimboateng

Emmanuel Agyenim-Boateng
Date of Birth: 20th December 1986
Nationality: Ghanaian
Marital Status: Single
Sex: Male
Cell Phone: +233 (0) 249288209 or +233 (0) 277552102
Address: P.O. Box KW 34, Kwadaso, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana

Tertiary Education
Name of School: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Qualification Obtained: BSc. Mechanical Engineering Second Class Honours (Upper Division)
Specialisation: Maintenance Engineering, Production and Manufacturing Engineering, Air condition and Refrigeration Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Management and Entrepreneurship Development, Thermodynamics, Basic Electronics, etc
Year of Entry: September, 2006
Year of Completion: June, 2010

Senior High School
Name of School: Opoku Ware School, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana
Qualification Obtained: Senior Secondary School Certificate, SSSCE
Specialisation: Science, with electives in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and General Agriculture.
Year of Entry: October, 2002
Year of Completion: August, 2005

I aspire to attain highest level of knowledge and professional skills to build capacity in my engineering firm and demonstrate high ethical and professional standards in all dealings fuelled by a strong sense of determination, high energy and hard work and motivation to succeed in all my endeavours.

• Strong leadership skills
• Good presentation skills
• Good Analytical skills
• Ability to adapt to new environments with ease
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to work under pressure, with less or no supervision
• Confident and determined to undertake challenges to extend capabilities
• Proactive, Innovative, Reliable, Accountable, Self-motivated, Fast Learner, Pace Setter, Industrious
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and good leadership and interpersonal relations
• Time conscious, Strong Team player, Respect the Tempo of team members and assists others avidly
• In-depth skills in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) and Internet applications and interfaces
• I possess a valid driving license

• English (Fluent)
• French (Beginner)
• Twi (Mother Tongue)

1. Organisation: University of Cape Coast
Department: School of Medical Sciences Laboratory
Status: Senior Technician (Maintenance Engineer)
Duration: November 2011 – present
Responsibilities: • Repair broken down equipments
• Day to day maintenance and management of the assets in the Laboratory
• Designing and implementation of maintenance programs including predictive and preventive maintenance
• Assists in installation of new equipments
• Ensure safety principles and procedures are followed

2. Organisation: Millicom Ghana Ltd (TIGO)
Department: Customer Operations
Status: Customer Service Executive (National Service Person)
Duration: October, 2010 to November, 2011
Responsibilities: • Ensured that customers were serviced courteously and efficiently and were provided with any information that may require about their account in person.
• Provided correct responses to all queries on new promotions to customers.
•Submission of daily report to the customer service supervisor

3. Organisation: Neoplan Ghana Ltd
Department: Maintenance and Skeleton Department
Status: Trainee Mechanical Engineer
Duration: May, 2009 to July, 2009
Responsibilities •Assist in the preparation of the chassis of buses.
• Assisted in carrying out the day to day maintenance of both the electrical and mechanical systems in the factory.

Organisation: Graduate Institute of Maintenance Management Professionals (GIMMP), Accra
Certificate Obtained: Executive Engineering Maintenance Management
Duration: 11th August – 1st September, 2012

•Silver Medalist (Men’s Hockey): 21st GUSA Games, Legon 2010
•Best Prefect: Opoku Ware School 2004/2005 Academic Year

• 2006-2010 Member of Pearls of Praise Choir, GHAMSU-KNUST
• 2006-2010 Member of the University Hockey team, KNUST
• 2006-2010 Member of the Independence Hall debating team

• Hall Executive (NUGS Representative) Independence Hall, KNUST 2009/2010
• Electoral Commissioner Mechanical Engineering Students Association, KNUST 2009/2010
• Secretary Methodist Youth Fellowship, Kwadaso – Kumasi 2009-2012

• Reading
• Playing and watching soccer
• Watching documentaries
• Playing Hockey
• Learning new things regarding Information Technology and Engineering

• Dr. Y.A.K. Fiagbe Mechanical Engineering Department, KNUST Kumasi, Ghana 0244833980

• Mr. Joseph Hudson Millicom Ghana Ltd (Tigo) Takoradi, Ghana 0277551073

• Mr. Evans Obboh Senior Technologist, School of Medical Sciences, UCC Cape Coast 0246598996

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Kingsley Pereko




Final Year PhD Nutrition Candidate, University of Ghana, Ghana, 2011/2012 till date
Postgraduate Diploma in Nutrition and Food Security/HIV/AIDS, Wageningen UR, 2008.
MPhil in Nutrition,University of Ghana, Ghana, 2006.
BSc Community Nutrition, University for Development Studies, Ghana, 2002.

Mr. Kingsley Pereko has 10 years of experience developing, implementing, managing, monitoring and evaluating and training in nutrition and public health programmes. I had a year experience serving as a Professional Public Health intern with the West African Health Organization. As an intern, I served on the maternal and child survival programme, assisting the development and implementation of evaluation protocols for the Helen Keller International Niger Community Nutrition Therapeutic programme and the multi-micronutrient supplementation for pregnant mother’s follow-up survey. I did also assist in the multistakeholder development of the Niger Nutrition Profile advocacy tool. After the year internship, I served as an acting national health coordinator for the Ghana Red Cross Society. At the Red Cross Ghana, I coordinated various activities such as the maternal and child health programme for the Northern Ghana, HIV/AIDS drop in center programme for commercial sex workers, the Sustainable Change Programme which included malaria control, family planning the real man programme and child nutrition. I also actively participated in various national and international programmes such as the national stakeholder and planning committee meetings for the national immunization programme. I served on the fact finding mission for the International Federation of the Red Cross in Nigeria as a member of the Rapid Disaster Response Team (Health) where we assessed and plan relief and recovery programme for the Bakassi returnees. I currently carry out three basic responsibilities as a lecturer at the Community Medicine Department of the University of Cape Coast Medical School namely lecturing, research and extension services. I deliver lectures in public health, nutrition and gender and health studies. As civil society person, I serve on the Western and Central African Sub-Committee of the Peoples Health Movement that advocate on right to health and also serve as a member of the core team of Peoples Health Movement Ghana.

2008 till date, University of Cape Coast, School of Medical Sciences (Nutrition, and Community Medicine).Lecturer. Main responsibilities include lecturing, research, publishing and consultancy in nutrition and public health

2012, NADMO Ghana/ GIZ, Consultant.
Main responsibility: Development of Work Place Pandemic Preparedness Training Manual.

2011, URC, USA
Main Responsibility: Collect information on organizations working on food and nutrition security programmes in Ghana.

2010, Africare Ghana,Consultant.
Main responsibility; conducted a nutrition baseline survey for the Impact project at their cocoa growing communities in the Southern Ghana. Skills acquired; proposal design, team work, project supervision, baseline survey methods, project management, data management and reporting.

2008, International Federation of Red Cross (RDRT/Western and Central Africa).Health delegate. Assessment of health situation of Bakassi returnees’ makeshift camps in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Skills acquired; Team work, emergency needs assessment project design and implementation, interagency collaboration, reporting, international experience, multicultural working experience

2007- 2008, Ghana Red Cross Society, Volunteer Staff (Ag. Health Coordinator) assisted all the GRCS’s health programmes. Responsibilities include proposal writing, planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting on health programmes as well as participation in stakeholders meetings and trainings, Malaria Prevention. Skills acquired; Team work, project design and implementation, interagency collaboration, reporting etc

2007, World Education,Consultant, World Education Ghana’s Shape Project. Assisted in the design of an innovative community-based programme to bring health to the doorstep of households in rural communities and increase health-seeking behaviours of families. Skills acquired, team work, interagency collaboration, proposal development.

2006-2007, West African Health Organization. Intern of the Young Professional Internship Programme. Served on the Nutrition and child survival programme of Helen Keller International, Niamey Niger. Serving with Helen Keller International Niger, I assisted in the preparation of most Nutrition and Child Survival Reports to donners. Prepared protocol, evaluated and reported on HKI Niger Community Nutrition therapeutic programme in the Diffa Region of Niger.Skills acquired included Malaria control, Health Promotion Nutrition and child survival project implementation and management, proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation, training and supervision of data collection and data entry agent, data analysis and reporting, team formation and management, project review and planning.

Pereko K.K.A. (2010): Developing Agriculture with 1 Billion Euros to Improve Food Security and Eradicate Hunger. Essay article. United Academics, The Netherlands.
Achampong, E.K and Pereko, K.K.A. (2010).Computer Skills and the Training of Medical Students in a Ghanaian Medical School. eJHI, Vol 5(2): e12.
Tiweh, J B M, Pereko, K.K.A and Achampong K, (2010). Home management of diarrhea in children under five at the Savelugu Nanton District of the Northern Ghana. Abstract accepted for the ICUH,2010 conference. (Newyork, USA).
Pereko, K.K.A (2009) “Over-nutrition and associated factors in fishing communities in The Urban Cape Coast Metropolis, Ghana ”, Abstract published in the ICUH, 2009 book of abstract, Nairobi Kenya
Pereko, K.K.A (2008) Nutritional status of Adolescents in Mixed Public Boarding Schools in the Northern Ghana. Abstract published in Uganda Nutrition Congress book of abstracts (South Africa)
Pereko, K.K.A (2005) The consumption of edible oil and fatty foods and lifestyle on body fat mass and blood pressure among adults in the fishing communities in the Cape Coast municipality. Abstract published in FANUS book of abstracts (Ouazarate, Morocco).
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Have a nutritionally healthy Christmas “Mirror Dec17”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Welcome to the land of vegetarians. “October 1”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Over coming your obesity problem.“September 25”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Make the best out of what you have. ‘’August 13’’
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Control your blood pressure. “August 6”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Gain right weight during pregnancy. “ June 25”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2005). Vegetable salads are good but… “Mirror June 10”
Pereko, K.K.A, (2004). Food can make a difference. “”Ghanaian Times February 17” just to mention a few.

LANGUAGES Akan native English – Fluent, French — fluent.

Dr. Firibu Kwesi Saalia (PhD),Lecturer, Dept of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana,, Tel: +233243125566
Dr. Adu-Oppong Ahmed (PhD), Head of Department Community Medicine, University of Cape Coast, School of Medical Sciences, Phone: +233248631020 email:

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Wan Jen

I think that I have not done justice to my potential in academics. I help my parents in carrying out their daily work. I am a good friend and try to help them In whatever way I can. I willingly take responsibilities given to me and perform effectively and do the best. I always try and help my brother and sister whenever they need me.
Aims in life/Qualities I would like to improve: I am putting all my efforts in my academics to do well. I am also working on all my flaws and developing them in the best possible way I can.

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Alphons Kahuhu Koruhama

I am Alphons Koruhama a young social entrepreneurship. I am advocating for youth unemployment in Namibia to be reduced, and that moved to established a company that training young people to start their business. Our company focuses on this three areas.
1. Career Development- where we help school dropouts especially girls to find their lost dream due to hardship or whatever causes their failure by mentoring them and sourcing funds for them to go back to schools or University.
2. Entrepreneur Development- Where we foster economic transformation by helping young entrepreneurs who are at the startup level, to train, mentor and create networks for them with established business. and link them to potentials investors.
3. EAT-IT which stand for Energy, Agriculture, Tourism and Information Technology- Where we train the youth to start business in this sectors, and try to link these sectors together by incorporating all them together.
With this initiatives we host pitching competitions for our trainees and also conference to engage them with those in public offices and networking events.

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Ann Busari

I have lived in several countries, my spouse also being a foreigner and I’m in Trinidad to set up a church to give back to the communities and we are also sell used foreign heavy duty machines, cars and car parts.

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Pyrtel Global

Mikael Pyrtel founded Pyrtel Global to provide bespoke international management services to emerging public, private, and nonprofit clients worldwide after 20 years of experience and travel to more than 15 countries, including to some of the most dynamic political and economic climates in the world. His perspectives on international business, economic development, foreign policy, and commercial diplomacy were formed from his multi-sector support experience in: national security and international affairs, manufacturing, information technology enterprise solutions (ITES), international trade and economic research, agricultural and commercial diplomacy, international nonprofits, urban development, and university research centers.

Mr. Pyrtel received his M.A. in International Commerce and Policy from the George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government where he focused on Global Business and Global Development. As a graduate student he served at the U.S. embassy in Moscow, Russia, and later he volunteered with the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in Washington, D.C. to help rebuild Iraq’s diplomatic capacity and restore commercial relations.

Mr. Pyrtel is also a veteran of the United States Navy and a recipient of the Navy and Marine Corps Meritorious Unit Commendation and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. He is committed to developing the next generation of leaders and has acted as a mentor and facilitator on discussions about international affairs, international business, economics, foreign policy, country risk analysis, and international development.

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Olatunde Olawale Barber

My name is Olatunde Barber, I am an artist and Curator from Nigeria. I graduated from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun state, Nigeria in 1999 with a B.A fine arts.

I took up employment with the National Gallery of Art, Nigeria between 2002 and 2008.

I graduated from the University of Lagos, Nigeria with a M.A Visual Art in the year 2009.

I worked as an artist and independent curator between 2009 and 2011.

In 2011 I took up an appointment as a sculpture lecturer at the Fine and Applied Arts department of the Lagos state Polytechnic.

In 2012 I took up an appointment as a curator at the University of Lagos Museum and in 2016 I commenced on PhD at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK which I am working on till date.

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