Humphrey Fellows from Ghana meet at UMN

2013-14 Humphrey Fellow Sarah Kyei visited the Humphrey School last week in time to meet outgoing 2016-17 Humphrey Fellow Abigail Ofori-Amanfo and incoming  2017-18 Humphrey Fellow Ruby Tettah, all three hailing from Ghana.

In 2016 Ms. Kyei joined a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program Enhancement Workshop hosted by the UMN Center for Women and Gender in Public Policy on the topic of "Using a Gender Lens to advance Gender Equity across Fields."

Ms. Sarah Kyei is the Program Manager of Alliance for African Women Initiative in Accra, Ghana. Her role is to manage several donor funded projects including the Kids Fund, Women in Oil Industry, Livelihoods Project for Women, Youth Development Project and Strengthening Community Care and Support for Orphan and Vulnerable Children (SCASO), working in close partnership with World Vision International with funding from United States Agency for International Development. She earned a Masters in Social Science in Public and Community Service from the University of East London, United Kingdom.
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