Alhassan Ibn Abdallah, Country Director

Abdallah joined VBP in January 2016 as M&E officer.  He originally comes from Tamale in the northern region of Ghana, but moved to Accra in 2005. Before joining VBP, Abdallah had worked with the non-profit sector in his community and with other NGOs. He has also worked as a research assistant with many researchers both in Ghana and abroad. When he is not working on VBP programs, he spends time helping his community through a charity he started; YCF, and the Slum Union of Ghana. He brings with him his skills in data collection analysis, finance and administration, NGO management and photography. He loves to learn.

Prosper Dzandu, Dodowa

Prosper joined the team in August 2013 after collaborating on a project with VBP in 2010. Originally from the Volta Region, Prosper is a talented Kente weaver and bicycle mechanic. When not traveling to programs, Prosper manages our warehouse inventory and works in his own shop. He currently lives with his wife and 5 children in Dodowa, Ghana.

Abdul Fatawu Iddrisu, L2R Program Coordinator, Techiman

Abdul joined VBP as a trainer in February 2013. He is originally from the Northern Region of Ghana but moved to Techiman 18 years ago. In 2001, he opened a bicycle repair shop in Techiman. Abdul is our lead Learn to Ride instructor and is also responsible for gathering program reports and photos for VBP programs. He lives in Techiman with his wife and four children.

Dauda Isseku, Kasoa

Dauda is from the Northern Region of Ghana and joined VBP in August 2014. He moved to Accra 20 years ago and his first job in the city was as a bicycle mechanic in the Tudu bicycle market in Central Accra. When he’s not working in his shop or traveling with VBP, Dauda can be found spending time with his wife and four children.

Abdul Rahim Haruna, Accra

Rahim is one of our newest members, having joined VBP as a trainer in May 2014. Being a bicycle mechanic runs in Rahim’s blood as 20 members of his extended family work in the field. Rahim is from the Garu-Tempane district in the Upper East Region of Ghana but moved to Accra in 2011 with his wife and two sons.

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