The World Bank Group has appointed Pharm Samuel Nkum Tenkorang as a short-term consultant with effect from 5th December 2022, “for assignment with Water West Africa region”
The challenges of water utilities, particularly in developing countries, are manifold and include strengthening their planning on non-revenue water (NRW) reduction; and the need for there to be an understanding and buy-in of key stakeholders both internal and external has been identified as a key success factor.
In the direction, The Bank is offering support to water utilities in an ongoing restructuring exercise to address the overall organizational, technical, and financial challenges toward improving access to clean water and sanitation which contribute to good health and well-being, in line with Sustainable Development Goals.
Pharm Samuel Nkum Tenkorang remains a registered pharmacist and a member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana. He was appointed and served as the first Executive Secretary of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana from April 1999 to January 2002. He is currently serving as the Vice Chairman of the Ghana Chapter of the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists and the Head of Faculty of Social and Administrative Pharmacy of the Ghana College of Pharmacists. Pharm Tenkorang is a Fellow of both Colleges, a member/consultant of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG) and a member of the General Assembly Technical Committee and the Implementation Facilitation Team for the 2020-2029 Strategic Plan of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana congratulates our Pharmily member Samuel Nkum Tenkorang on his professional commitment to personal development and social impact, and wishes him well in his new appointment with the World Bank Group.