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The Ghana Network for Peacebuilding – WANEP Ghana (GHANEP) is a non-profit making peacebuilding Non-Governmental Organization established in 2002 and Incorporated under the corporate laws of the Republic of Ghana in 2003 as a civil society’s effort to prevent, resolve, and transform violent conflicts through collective and coordinated efforts of non-governmental institutions, organizations and individuals actively engaged in peacebuilding practice in Ghana.

GHANEP seeks to facilitate the creation of a sustainable culture of non-violence, justice, peace and social reconciliation in Ghanaian communities by ensuring coordination and effectiveness among peacebuilding practitioners in order to avoid duplication of efforts and maximize resources for more effective responses to conflict situations.

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Albert Yelyang

Albert Yelyang is the National Network Coordinator of WANEP-Ghana. He is experienced in Human Security early warning and response including leading in setting up WANEP-Ghana’s

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Albert Yelyang

Albert Yelyang is the National Network Coordinator of WANEP-Ghana. He is experienced in Human Security early warning and response including leading in setting up WANEP-Ghana’s

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Ben K. Wumbla

An initiative-taking and revolutionary program management specialist with over 15 years of experience in diverse fields including local governance, child protection, resilient livelihoods, conflict management

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Sylvanus Agordoh

Sylvanus Agordoh is the National Early Warning System Officer at the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding-Ghana Secretariat. He is in charge of Ghana’s component of

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Alice Adukopoka Akayete

Alice Adukopoka Akayete is a passionate and result oriented development practitioner with ten (10) years of progressive working experience in the design, implementation, monitoring, and

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Hopeson Eli Etsra

joined WANEP-Ghana in 2019 as a Project Officer for the Responsive Engagement and Collective Learning Approaches to Inform Mercury Substitution in ASGM, Ghana (RECLAIMS ASGM

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