Our Staff

  • Mr. Leo Nubuasah (Project Manager)

    Mr. Nubuasa has worked for the Olinga Foundation since 2002 as its National Literacy Coordinator and has helped to expand the program from 100 to over 400 schools moving from the Western Region to expansion in two educationally deprived districts in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

    He is an expert trainer in the phonic methodology and has trained over 450 teachers over the last 10 years in the methods. Mr. Nubuasa is involved in Ghana's most prominent educational networks and alliances including the Western Regions Education Coalition where he was elected as their regional secretary.

    Mr Nubuasa has provided a high quality service in close collaboration with the district directorates of education in the Western and Eastern Regions. He has also negotiated cost sharing agreements with district assemblies and ensured their compliance.

  • Mr. Harrison Akubor( Monitoring and Evaluation officer)

    Harrison Akubor possesses a Master of Science degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

    He has over the years built experience with local and international non-governmental organization and currently manages the monitoring and evaluation stream of work for the organization's diverse programs.

  • Volunteers

    Over the past few years we have had several volunteers who have been helping us through this technological transformation. They have been a part of several multimedia procedures and these include:

    • Creating formal interactive presentations
    • Text messaging individuals who are a part of the program on a weekly basis
    • Having phone call interviews with teachers in the respective regions
    • Developing public relations
  • Board of Directors

    Dr. Akwasi Osei

    Mrs.Gladys Quartey-Papafio

    Mr. Quartey-Papafio

    Mr. Mawushi Nutakor

    Mr. Otu Ansah

    Mr. Leonard Casely-Hayford

    Dr. Leslie Casely-Hayford

    Ms. Maama Nketsiah

  • District Coordinators and District Education Officer

    District Coordinators and District Education Officers in collaboration with the staff of Olinga Foundation have been i nstrumental in the organization of programs such as Teacher training workshops, intensive on-site monitoring and support for the teachers, baseline and end-line evaluation as well as refreshers and cluster meetings for the teachers.