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Nana Esi Benyiwa Bentil - Ghana

Nana-Esi-Benyiwa-Bentil---Ghana2At the moment Nana Esi Benyiwa Bentil from Ghana is pursuing her Masters in Petroleum Engineering at African University of Science and Technology in Abuja, Nigeria. Additionally, she holds BSc in Chemical Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana. During her studies in Ghana Nana Esi Bentil participated in many social activities, among these have been activities that aimed creating awareness in the junior and senior high schools about HIV AIDS.


Nana Esi Bentil is passionate about helping children of deprived communities to access education because she truly believes that education is the key to community building. Furthermore, she is very passionate about using technology development to improve livelihood. Nana Esi Bentil had the opportunity to participate in the conflict resolution training section organised by CWBI, which she regards as fantastic experience. Nana Esi Bentil wishes many people especially leaders in the society are made aware of the benefits of the non-violence approach to conflict resolution.

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