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Mrs. Sarah Kyei – National Coordinator, Zoomlion Foundation/Board Member

Mrs. Sarah Kyei is currently the National Coordinator of the Zoomlion Foundation.  She has fifteen (15) years of experience in programme
management, policy advocacy, monitoring and evaluation, capacity building of programme staff and partners, donor reporting, grants management and community development program.

Before she assumed this role, she was the Regional Program Manager at Right To Play International where she managed a funding portfolio of 16 million dollars in five African countries including Liberia, Benin, Rwanda, Mali and Ghana. In addition she spearheaded the Strategic Interventions for Gender Initiative Fund whilst working with The Canadian International Development Agency and was the Program Officer (Anglophone Africa) at The African Women’s Development for six years. Her role was to manage the life skills development program with funding from Canadian International Development Agency.

Sarah has cross cutting experiences in gender and development, child rights and child protection education, life skills development of children and youth, water and sanitation, food security and agriculture, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.

She earned a Master’s degree in Social Science in Public and Community Service from the University of East London, United Kingdom. Mrs. Kyei is a Fulbright Scholar with a Leadership certificate under the Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program, from School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, United States of America. She is the Board Chair of Golden Baobab and board member of African Women’s Initiative.

Thomas Narh Korley- Programmes Officer
 Thomas Narh Korley has worked with Zoomlion Ghana Limited since the year 2008. He has handled previous portfolios such as Head of Environmental Sanitation in South Western Ghana, where he coordinated projects involving over one thousand staff. Thomas specializes in the field of environmental policy implementation, climate change mitigation programs, Public Health Programs, Malaria Vector Control, Solid Waste/Landfill Management, stakeholder management and environmental innovation. Thomas was an award winner in “Zoomlion’s Innovation Challenge” in 2014.

Thomas holds a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Policy and Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He has also been trained as a  promoter of “green development” at the Weitz Center for Development Studies in the Hebrew University of Israel. Thomas has been awarded World-Bank International Certificate in “Green Growth” Implementation Tools in Israel in 2014.

 To complement his competence in the field of environmental management, he has been awarded certificates in health promotion, a certificate in landfill management and certificates in occupational health and safety management. He is also keenly involved in solid waste management research, GIS research and environmental innovation, to drive sustainable community development in Ghana. Thomas was the pioneer of the Zoomkids Environmental Clubs Project in South Western Ghana in 2009.

Appiah-Nuamah Kwame Boakye- Programmes Assistant

Appiah -Nuamah Kwame Boakye, has a Degree in BEd Social Science Education from University for Development Studies (UDS), Wa Campus. He has worked with ARV Clinic of Tamale Teaching Hospital. He has also worked as a training Officer for RLG and now working with Zoomlion Foundation.  

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