Tamba Tengbeh is a journalist with over 8 years of experience in development communications, mentoring, and community development. He has knowledge in behaviour change and health communications approaches, Project Management skills and report writing. Currently he is the Project Coordinator at Initiatives for Media Development (IMdev). Tamba is also the Managing Editor of the Peak Newspaper and former Liaison Officer at Action Against Hunger. He has worked as Journalist\Producer at Cotton Tree News (CTN), Democrat Newspaper, Skyy radio among others.

Tamba holds BA Honors degree and Diploma in Mass Communication from Fourah Bay College –University of Sierra Leone and certificates in project management and health communications. Currently, pursing Master in Business Administration at the DPU University in India. 

Tamba is the Best Human Rights Journalist in 2011 and trained fellow by the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR).

Basic information

Name
Tamba Tengbeh
Expertise
Development communications, mentoring, community development, behaviour change and health communications approaches, Project Management skills and report writing
Country
Sierra Leone

Supported projects

How Scorpions and Ghostbusters Fight Corruption in Sierra Leone’s Education Sector

  • Corruption
  • Education
  • Human Rights

FREETOWN - Sierra Leone is one of the least developed countries in the world. Two of the main out of many challenges the West African state is facing are rampant corruption and some of the lowest educational outcomes worldwide.

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