Esenam A. Ahiadorme (Programme Officer– Governance)

With six years of experience and dedication to human rights, gender equality, community development, project design and management, Esenam coordinated the “We Know Politics II” project aimed at monitoring women participation and representation in decision-making structures and state obligations towards the implementation of the National and International Treaties Law.

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Frank Wilson Bodza (Programme Manager for Governance)

Frank Wilson Bodza is the Programme Manager for Governance at Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF). He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Scientist from the University of Ghana and studied Business Administration with specialization in Human Resource at the Central University College.

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Lois Aduamoah- Addo (Programme Officer)

Lois Aduamoah-Addo is a young and passionate women’s right activist. She has been working with WiLDAF Ghana over the past six years as a Programme Officer. In WiLDAF, she has been instrumental in ensuring the successful implementation of various projects under its Rural Women’s Empowerment Projects.

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Patricia Isabella Essel (Programme Manager– Communication and Advocacy)

Ms. Essel started her work with WiLDAF Ghana  as an Administrative Assistant  in November 1999 and has risen through to become the Programmes Manager. She is the team leader for the Communication and Advocacy Department. In this role, she provides leading and supervisory role for the C &A team and also coordinating and facilitating of workshops in and outside the organization among others.

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Racheal Ayikwei (Office Assistant)

Racheal Ayikwei is currently the Office Assistant of WiLDAF Ghana and is responsible for providing secretarial duties, information and attending to the needs and enquiries of Network Members, Partners and visitors.

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