Alice Bokuma is a community development expert with over 15 years of experience in international development and currently working as an Early Warning Analyst with WANEP-Ghana. She has expertise in relationship building, partnerships, human security, peace building and conflict analysis and management.
Prior to her current job, Alice had worked as a CLTS Coordinator with Global Communities USAID-funded Resiliency in Northern Ghana (RING) project. Alice provided both operational and technical support to increase adoption of positive hygiene and sanitation behaviors in eight clusters Districts in the Northern Region.
Alice also had stints with World Vision International as a Development Facilitator on WASH and Health and coordinated a range of interventions in water, sanitation, hygiene and nutrition to improve child wellbeing in two Districts in Savelugu Based in Northern Region. Alice has also worked for Action on Disability and Development (ADD) as a Programme Officer. She organized and supported Persons with Disabilities in Program communities to take actions to address issues of marginalization and discrimination and influenced Regional and National policy and practice on social exclusion.
Alice is a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Behavior and Conflict Management from the University of Cape Coast and a Diploma in Social Administration from the University of Ghana, Legon. She has also undertaken courses in Project management from Knowledge Tree Technologies, Gender Auditing from the Gender Development Institute, Behavior Change Communication for improved infant and Child Feeding, Linkages /USAID and Monitoring Women Peace and Security from KAIPTC . A career in pro-poor programming reflects her professional objective.