Category Archives: Meet the staff

Meet the Staff: Arshad Hossain

Picture1 CARE Pathways relies on talented and creative staff to make its program model work in each of its country offices. In Bangladesh, Mr. Arshad Hossain, Technical Manager for Pathways in Bangladesh, is a results-driven professional with extensive experience in program Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, KM and Reporting. Arshad began working with Pathways in 2014 after coming from a position with Save the Children and Project Concern International. He obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration, Masters in Business Administration & Masters in Development Studies. His responsibilities include leading and guiding the implementation of research and M&E activities such as developing...
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Meet the Staff: Pierre Diallo

Pierre joined CARE Mali in June 2016 and is the Agriculture and Nutrition Advisor there. In this role, he has a variety of responsibilities including promoting sustainable agricultural practices, developing strategies for nutrition and agriculture work, and developing plans for monitoring the implementation of these strategies across partners. Pierre also promotes adoption of improved agricultural practices and nutrition by disseminating information in order to change in attitudes and behaviors of rural farmers. Previously, Pierre has worked in many agriculture and nutrition promotion capacities for a variety of nonprofits and international nongovernmental organizations. Within CARE, he is looking forward to promoting good nutritional and agricultural practices especially to the most vulnerable populations: children and pregnant or lactating...
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Meet the Staff: Ousmane Fomba

Ousmane joined the CARE Mali team in June 2016. He is the Marketing and Communications Advisor, and is responsible for communication support on the Pathways project as well as adaptation of female farmer's products to market requirements. He received a Master's degree in Enterprise Management from the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences, University of Bamako. Ousmane has also managed a woman's cooperative, consulted for several international NGOs, and was a promoter for a capacity building organization prior to joining CARE. Ousmane is very interested in the FFBS model in particular because it integrates agriculture, nutrition, marketing, and gender into one program. He looks forward to connecting Pathways to the private...
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Meet the Staff: Agnes Loriba

Agnes Loriba, Program Manager for Pathways Ghana, received her first degree in Development Studies and later a Masters degree in Development Management. Ghana requires one year of compulsory service after students complete their first degree, which led Agnes to her first position at CARE. She has continued with the organization throughout her career working with Natural Resource Management, Agriculture, and Food and Nutrition Security, finally moving to Pathways in 2013. As program manager, Agnes has to ensure that the project has a plan in place and that this plan is followed. She coaches the team and manages relationships with implementing partners and the private sector. She...
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Meet the Interns: Helena Worrall

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This summer, four graduate students from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia will be interning with the Pathways program in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Malawi. You'll be hearing from the interns throughout the summer with firsthand accounts of their experiences and their participation in the program. 

Hi! My name is Helena. I am from the South Downs area of England. I come from a family of five, with two younger brothers, one who is currently studying at Newcastle University and the other, backpacking and soul-searching in Latin America. I received my BSc(Hons) in Sustainable Development...
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Meet the Interns: Amelia Conrad

IMG_0466 2 Hello! My name is Amelia Conrad and I am completing the final summer in pursuit of my Master of Development Practice Degree at Emory University. One of the most unique and exciting parts about this degree program is the two summer international practicum requirement, which helps students apply their classroom learning to “real world” fieldwork. To fulfill this requirement, I spent summer 2015 in Ethiopia, conducting an evaluation of two sexual assault clinics, and will be working with CARE Pathways in Malawi for summer 2016. Although this will be my first opportunity to work with...
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Meet the Interns: Sarah Turkaly

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This summer, four graduate students from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia will be interning with the Pathways program in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Malawi. You'll be hearing from the interns throughout the summer with firsthand accounts of their experiences and their participation in the program. 

My name is Sarah Turkaly and I am a first year student in the Masters in Development Practice program at Emory University. I am originally from Midlothian, Virginia, where my parents and younger brother still live. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Foreign Affairs and a minor...

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Meet the Interns: Gabriela Artasánchez

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This summer, four graduate students from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia will be interning with the Pathways program in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Malawi. You'll be hearing from the interns throughout the summer with firsthand accounts of their experiences and their participation in the program. 

My name is Gabriela Artasánchez, or Gaby to my friends and I am interning during summer 2016 with CARE Pathways in Bangladesh. I was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico and grew up seeing the challenges in my country, witnessing the barriers that are formed because of poverty and inequality. Today, I am a candidate...
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Meet the Staff: Mamadou Coulibaly

mamadou CARE Pathways relies on talented and creative staff to make its program model work in each of its country offices. In Mali, Mr. Mamadou Coulibaly, Program Manager for CARE Pathways in Mali, has helped Mali’s Pathways program expand and improve. Mamadou began working with Pathways in 2014 after coming from a position with Save the Children. Mamadou is very proud of Pathways’ results in terms of increased yields for the three value chains Mali focuses on: shallot, rice, and millet. Millet production for participating farmers has increased from 597 kilograms per hectare to 1,100 kilograms per hectare...
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Maureen Spreads Sustainable Agricultural Practices in Malawi

maureen Maureen Phiri was born in 1986 in the Msenga community in Malawi’s Kasungu district. In 2010, she married Fletcher Joshua and she now has three children. However, Maureen is not only a wife and mother. In 2013, Maureen was elected by the members of her community to serve as their Farmer to Farmer Trainer (FFT). As an FFT, Maureen is responsible for helping support the activities of Pathways Malawi. Pathways Malawi is a CARE program supported by the Margret Ann Cargill Foundation (MACF), which focuses on the empowerment of rural women in Kasungu and Dowa districts,...
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