Mrs. Florence Kotey Dzokoto
Monitoring & Evaluation Supports
|Florence has a Master’s Degree from University of Cape Coast in Governance and Sustainable Development and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economics from University of Ghana, Legon.
She was a Home Economics Teacher of Achimota School for three years and also worked for World Vision International, Ghana office for 10 years as a Programme Manager in Rural Development.
Ms. Kotey is one of the VSLA Facilitators of GLOWDEP who facilitated VSLA in sixteen (16) communities at Ahafo Region. She supported the facilitation of VSLA for 45 SMEs under the USDA-GPP project in 2020/2021. She supported in the facilitation of Gender and Leadership training for 60 SMEs of Rubber, Cashew and Cocoa sponsored by MEDA FEATS in 2020
She is responsible for monitoring and sustainability of the female SMEs group to achieve economic empowerment.
She was the Nutritionist that facilitated cooking competitions for 42 women groups in Ahafo, Bono, Western-North and Ashanti region sponsored by TOUTON Ghana Limited.
She is a Counsellor, Coach and a Mentor and champions development of Female SMEs
Mrs. Florence Kotey Dzokoto worked for World Vision International, Ghana office for 10 years and had worked on WASH PROGRAMMES throughout in six districts in Ghana. She became the Programme Manager for GLOWDEP since October 2011 and champions the Development of Young WASH professionals through career counselling and mentoring. She facilitated a number of training including Water and Sanitation (WATSAN) Committees training and pump maintenance Volunteers in two Districts for youth, women and persons with disability towards sustainability of Water Systems. She supervised the data collection for business and markets for two metropolis on Urban Environmental Sanitation project (Urban 4) for the Government of Ghana.
Mrs. Dzokoto is one of the VSLA Facilitators of GLOWDEP who facilitated VSLA in sixteen (16) communities at Ahafo West Region. She was a team member for the Evaluation of Phase 3 of Ghana Rural Water project (GRWP) of 140 Bore holes. She also coordinated the drilling of 40 boreholes and laundry pads in Nkwanta district and trained Water committees in maintenance practices that enhances sustainability. She also facilitated integrated water and sanitation workshops for women, youth, chiefs and persons with disability towards sustainable development.