Samuel is a dedicated, organised, and methodical individual, with a good interpersonal skill, an excellent team worker, keen and very willing to learn and develop new skills. He joined WSUP in 2013 as programmes facilitator and currently work as Project Lead based in Kumasi, Ghana. Samuel is responsible for delivery of WASH infrastructure and services and the establishment of effective and sustainable management model in low-income communities. Before joining WSUP, Samuel worked for CARE International as Project Officer on several programme initiatives and projects, in education, agriculture, health, water, and sanitation. Samuel’s greatest passion in life is using his professional know-how, experiences, and skills to benefit other people and organisations.
Faustina has over ten years of progressive work experience managing projects within the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors. She understands the complexities of low-income urban WASH service delivery and leverages multi-sector service providers to demonstrate and scale up successful business models. Prior to WSUP, she was part of the team that started Clean Team Ghana LTD, a social enterprise providing decent and affordable sanitation services to the low-income areas of Kumasi, Ghana. She has a Master’s in Water Management from Cranfield University.
Frank joined WSUP in 2014 as a project officer and became Project Manager for Kumasi in 2016. He supports initiatives that engage local authorities, financial institutions and other private sector and community actors to improve WASH service delivery to low-income communities.
Frank is passionate about initiatives that sustainably improve the lives of marginalised communities. Before joining WSUP he worked for the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, supporting agricultural and artisanal cooperatives and credit unions.