People

Andrea Mennell, Dr (Graduated In Foreign Languages And Literatures, French)

Field Operations Program and Support Manager in ITALY

andreaSDGs are very ambitious global goals which we cannot achieve without the participation of the most vulnerable people on the ground. Key to successful bottom-up approaches are information, knowledge, education and more coordinated development efforts. I am very happy to be a part of and support this noble sustainable initiative. I am sure that the StayConnecteD4Dev platform and other activities will make a positive change in the field of local development and will give a voice to those most affected by global development issues.

 

 

 

 

 

Klára Walachová, Mgr. (International Development Studies)

Project Manager Assistant, Intern (ERASMUS+) in Vienna, Austriaklara

SDGs are very ambitious global goals which we cannot achieve without the participation of the most vulnerable people on the ground. Key to successful bottom-up approaches are information, knowledge, education and more coordinated development efforts. I am very happy to be a part of the K4DWB team. I hope our development platform and other activities will make a positive change in the field of local development and will give a voice to those most affected by global development issues.

 

Lawrence Aondohemba Kwaghga, MBA (Management)

Field Operations Program and Support Manager in NigeriaLaw 002

I joined K4DWB as a Field Operations Program and Support Manager in Nigeria, as I have discovered that the vision and activities of the organization will help my country in filling the knowledge gaps noticed during the implementation of the MDGs and also help in fast-tracking the achievements of SDGs. This will provide an opportunity for me to contribute my quota in empowering the rural communities in Nigeria with actionable information that will guarantee sustainable development. This is in line with the strategic focus of Nigeria towards sustainable development.

 

Felix Danso, MSc (Development Management)

Field Operations Program and Support Manager in GhanaFelix Danso

I am motivated to join K4DWB as a Field Operations Program and Support Manager in Ghana because I share the overall vision of this reputable organization. Information and knowledge are vital for sustainable development whereas ignorance breeds poverty. Relevant information and knowledge can be used to solve numerous development challenges that Africa faces. K4DWB therefore stands out as a unique development organization offering a platform for all to contribute to the success of the MDGs, while also working to achieve the SDGs in Ghana and Africa in general.

 

James Omwega, MBA (Management), BCOM, PHAP

Field Operations Program and Support Manager in Kenyababa jeff 2

The K4DWB Kenya Field Operations Program team is enthusiastic and greatly focused on reaching out to both academic and rural communities to enhance sensitization and create awareness of  SDGs through holding regular seminars and workshops in strategic institutions and regions. At the top of our agenda is the endeavor to reach out to many audiences of all cadres. Increasingly important is the goal to mainstream female gender roles for economic empowerment and effective participation to narrow the gap of ignorance. In addition, the team aims to increase best practices on the ground and thus create strong economic structures for wealth creation and to accelerate much needed good standards of living, which is in line with Kenya’s national blueprint of Vision 2030. Please see more at: Capacity4dev.ec.europa.eu

 

 

Joseph Budzi, Student (International Development Studies)

Field Operations Program and Support Manager in South AfricaSanjoe

I am motivated to join K4DWB as a regional manager for South Africa because I believe and share in the mission and vision of the organization. It is my understanding that knowledge is key to the achievement of any development agenda, especially now that the world is on the course of implementing sustainable development goals. It is my view that knowledge and information have long been a missing ingredient in development and the international agenda, particularly in South Africa where a high inequality gap exists. Filling these knowledge gaps will thus provide the basis for their reconceptualization and possibilities for the transformation of South Africa, specifically in terms of mainstreaming the poor in the development process.