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Wetlands and Poverty Alleviation Program Officer joins Wetlands International

01-Jan-2004

Under the Netherlands DGIS Junior Expert Programme, Kemi Awoyinka has recently joined the Wetlands International Netherlands Team as Wetlands and Poverty Alleviation Program Officer. Kemi holds a B....
Under the Netherlands DGIS Junior Expert Programme, Kemi Awoyinka has recently joined the Wetlands International Netherlands Team as Wetlands and Poverty Alleviation Program Officer. Kemi holds a B.Sc. in Microbiology (University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria) and an M.Sc. in Environmental and Development Education (South Bank University, London, United Kingdom). During her three year contract Kemi's responsibilities will include:  Development of a Workplan to support and develop WI's network of offices, partner organisations, associate experts and Specialist Groups  Assistance to WI focal points with project development opportunities identified under the WI Strategy of the global programme  Supervision of the effective delivery by WI offices and partners of ongoing project implementation and development  Contribution to progress reports on Wise Use activities in annual reports to the global Board of Directors

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Ms. Ytha Kempkes
Communications and Advocacy Manager
Tel. +31 (0)318 660933
Email: ytha.kempkes@wetlands.org

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