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Mrs. Georgina Yeboah, Executive Director

Georgina holds Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration (Health Services Administration) and Master of Business Administration (Health Services Administration) both from the University of Ghana, Legon. She has twenty-five and half years’ experience in hospital dministration practice and human resource management at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi - Ghana.

She has played key roles in national activities such as Health Sector HR Policies and Strategies development, Staffing Norms development and Conditions of Service Negotiations.

Yvette Boakye, Finance Manager

Yvette Boakye has over 18 years’ experience in providing professional services across a broad range of finance areas including compliance, business process, accounting, auditing, financial reporting and grant financial management. In addition to her 12 years tenure at KITE, she has held various finance and accounting positions working with Cedar Point Company Ltd, Asante Wiredu and Associates (Chartered Accountants), Precious Metals Refinery and Schneider Electric Ghana Ltd.

Clara Efua Sam-Woode, Senior Administrative/Human Resource Officer

She holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in Biological Sciences and a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Parasitology both from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana. She has previously worked as a Graduate and Research Assistant in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology, KNUST where she supervised undergraduate laboratory work and tutorial sessions. She also worked as the Project Assistant on the Ghana Emergency Medicine Collaborative Program under the Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI).

Roger Lawrence, Learning Management System Administrator

Roger, holds a degree in Information Technology and a Master of Science in management Information Systems and other digital certifications. He has worked in Abu Dhabi (UAE) as an eLearning Administrator and I.T Support. Whiles working in Abu Dhabi, He managed various school management systems and trained teachers, students and parents on using the system. 

He has also worked in the area of behavioral change as an MIS administrator on a UNICEF and Government of Ghana project on child protection, where he administered and trained stakeholders across the country on using the system to facilitate real time reporting on the use of child protection resources.

Alimatu Sulemana, Finance and Administrative Assistant

She holds a Bachelor of Management Studies from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) Cape Coast, Ghana. She has previously worked as an Administrative Officer with International Fertilizer Development Centre (IFDC) where she provided administrative and finance support to Agricultural Technical Transfer Project (ATTP) funded by USAID, the 2SCALE project funded by the Dutch government and the Agricultural Value Chain Mentorship Project (AVCMP) funded AGRA.

In this role, she provided support to the Regional office for recruitment of Consultants as well as project staff for both senior and junior positions. She provided support to project staff and partners in preparation of budget for field activities, training and workshops as well as coordination of logistics. She ensured that all project activities are delivered in a timely manner and in conformity with both organisation and donor requirements.

Alimatu is currently working as the Finance and Administrative Assistant and is providing both administrative and finance support to the AFREhealth Secretariat.

Bernard Koomson, Program, Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant

Bernard Koomson is a dynamic development professional who has worked within different settings over the past eight years within Ghana focusing primarily on program design and implementation, research, monitoring and evaluation.  He has a strong background in project start-up, design, planning and management, monitoring and evaluation; data management (data collection, entry and analysis) and report writing. Additionally, he is experienced in partner liaising, community engagement and public speaking. Bernard has acquired the aforementioned experience through his work with several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the past eight years on child Labour/trafficking, child rights, livelihood empowerment and poverty reduction. Key among the NGOs are Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union (KKFU), Project Peanut Butter (PPB), Challenging Heights (CH) and Don Bosco Child Protection Centre (DBCPC). He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology & Social Work (KNUST, Ghana) and a master’s degree in Development Studies from the London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) where he studied as a commonwealth scholar.

About us

The African Forum for Research and Education in Health (AFREhealth) is an interprofessional health grouping that seeks to work all stakeholders interested in health profession education , research and service delivery to improve the quality of health care in Africa through research, education and capacity building. It is a conglomerate of individuals, institutions, associations and networks from all the geographic and linguistic regions of Africa namely Anglophone, Francophone, Lusophone and Arabophone. Read More...

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Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

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