Wonderful Baisie Ghartey is a retired senior officer from the World Health Organisation’s Headquarters in Geneva. He joined the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Global Programme on HIV/AIDS (GPA) in Geneva, Switzerland as a Technical Officer responsible for programme development and management in May 1992. He continued to work with WHO/GPA in Namibia and Botswana until 1996 when he joined UNAIDS in Geneva as Geographic Desk Officer for Africa and Middle East. He had earlier worked with UNDP and the World Bank in Uganda as Economic Planner.
Mr Andrew Kwabena Asamoah is a lawyer by profession and has post-graduate qualifications in Public Administration, Human Resources Development, Journalism and Public Relations. He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association, Nigeria Bar Association and numerous professional societies and associations and has written extensive publications and reviews on a wide-range of management, administrative and legal issues.
Dr. David Wellington ESSAW is a Development Planning and Water Management Expert, Facilitator
and a Researcher. He has over 20 years professional experience in adult learning participatory methodologies, water management and policy issues, community development, development planning and management, socio-economic research and impact assessment, organisational development, and facilitation.
Prof Kolawole Raheem is Head of the Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST) at the Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. His special areas are Sustainable Development, Environmental Policy and Education. He also promotes Theatre for Development.