Joyce Sepenoo is the Senior Director of Health, Equity and Rights. She has nearly 25 years of experience in the development sector and working with reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. She has record experience in working with civil society and strengthening capacity as well as well as building and maintaining strong and strategic partnerships with government and local authority at different levels. She has, as an asset, expertise in power and gender analysis, women empowerment, policy research and analysis as well as accountability. Most recently, Joyce was the Country Director of Benin & Togo following her previous position as CARE’s Mali’s Assistant Country Director for program quality for CARE Mali. Prior to joining CARE, she worked as a project coordinator for the University of the Witwatersrand’s Reproductive Health Research Unit at the Baragwanath Hospital in South Africa and led research work in understanding the reproductive health needs of different groups especially women in the immediate post-apartheid South Africa. Joyce has also served as Country Director for other international INGOs such as Christian Aid, Sightsavers, and Right to Play in Ghana. Joyce holds a Master of Public Health from the Medical University of Southern Africa (now University of Limpopo), and a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Ghana.
Senior Director, Health Equity and Rights