Seyram Ama Asimah
Seyram manages implementation of the USAID Ghana Mission’s Urban Resilience by Building partnerships and Applying New evidence in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (URBAN WASH) buy-in project. The project aims to pilot interventions to improve water supply quality, equity, and non-revenue water, as well as the overall reliability of water services, in the cities of Kumasi and Tamale.
Prior to joining Aquaya, Seyram worked with the Training Research and Networking for Development (TREND) Group and WaterAid Ghana, where she managed various water, sanitation, and hygiene projects and programs. She has an extensive understanding of WASH issues as well as research and infrastructure project implementation phases. She was one of nine young professionals selected as Young Scientific Program Committee members to support the 2019 Stockholm International Water Institute’s World Water Week seminar series.
Seyram holds an MSc in water and environmental management from Loughborough University’s Water Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) and a BSc in civil engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).