Robert Asambobillah

Robert Asambobillah

Robert has over eight (8) years’ experience working in the fields of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH); Health; Microfinance; Monitoring and Evaluation; Research; and Organizational Development. He has worked as a project manager and coordinator with both local and international organisations prior to joining the CDC Group.

Robert worked as a specialist for a Helmsley Charitable Trust funded WASH project that focused on the promotion of nutrition, sanitation and hygiene in schools and communities. He led the capacity building of several Water and Sanitation Teams (WSTs) in the Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions. He has also served as a trainer and supported other countries to implement health/SG integrated programmes in the East, South and West Africa.

At the CDC Group, Robert has provided his expertise in assignments undertaken through coordinating the implementation of Village Saving and Loan Associations (VSLA) and health integrated projects in the Upper East Region that enhanced women financial ability to access health care; and leading WASH and VSLA projects in Northern Ghana. He is part of the team implementing the UNICEF Sanitation Marketing (SanMark) Programme in over forty (40) districts in five (5) of Ghana and coordinates the CDC’s activities in the Northern Part of Ghana.

Robert holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from Vrije University, Amsterdam and a BSc in nutrition from University for Development Studies, Tamale.

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