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Joseph Mboka

Manager, DDI@RESOLVE

I am motivated by the humanitarian content of my job. The culture of opinion sharing and respect for labor and partners – regardless of race, culture, religion, creed – at RESOLVE seals this motivation. 


Joseph Mboka, Manager

Biography

Joseph Mboka, Manager of DDI@RESOLVE, brings over twenty years of experience in various fields including human resources management (principally), administrative management, and community affairs management.

Joseph previously chaired the National Mining Trade Group Negotiating Council of Sierra Leone for two consecutive terms, headed the intelligence wing of the Mount Everest Security Agency, interpreted for the Judiciary of Sierra Leone, served as Editor of two local newspapers, and organized social mobilization for the United Nations Children’s Fund during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. He is also a member of the Technical Team of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme for West Africa. Fluent in English and French, he has worked across Sierra Leone, Cote d’Ivoire, Australia, Ghana, Togo and Liberia, and as a National Consultant (Natural Resource Governance) for the German International Cooperation in Sierra Leone.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Administration in Developing Countries, International Relations and French
University of Sierra Leone

Certificate in Supervisory Management Development
Sierra Rutile Skillcentre

Certificate in Development Education and Leadership Training
Sierra Leone Adult Education Association

Advanced Certificate in Field Security
United Nations Institute

Certificate in Compassionate Community Engagement
World Health Organization

M.Phil Exams in Political Science: Public Administration and Organizational Theory, International Relations & Political Theory
University of Sierra Leone

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Expertise
  • Human resources management
  • Government relations
  • Journalism
  • Policy-making
  • Kimberley Process Certification
  • Conflict evaluation and management

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