Arthur Tweneboa-Kodua is a Development and Communication Expert. He is a hard working, self-motivated, adaptable and dependable person with significant broad knowledge in contemporary social development issues. He has over thirty-six years’ cumulative experience in Behaviour and Social Change Communication and Programme management relating to Health and Immunization, Maternal and Child Health, STI and HIV/AIDS, WASH, Education, Child Protection, Gender and Equity issues as well as community participation. This experience has given him a wide exposure to the various thematic interest areas of UNICEF where he worked for thirty years at the Regional and Country levels. Arthur is a Team Player, quite comfortable working with individuals and groups from local communities right up to the national and international.





Associate Overview:

Languages: Fon, French (Native), English

 Academic Degrees: PhD, C4D / MSc, Community Health /MD

 Countries worked: Canada, Guinee, Madagascar, Kenya, Senegal, Mali, Togo, Cote d’Ivoire, Sera Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, CAR, Cameroon, Niger, Tchad, Cape verde

 Technical/Program Areas of Expertise:  Child Protection, Communication for Development, Early Childhood Development, Education, HIV/AIDS, Health, Maternal, newborn, & child health (MNCH), Polio and other disease outbreaks, Immunization, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)