Isaac Kwabena Ayereka has more than ten (10) years’ experience in: Project management, Monitoring and evaluation, Behavior Change Communication, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Program Planning and Budgeting, writing of proposals and implementing Adolescent Reproductive Health. He has worked as a Project Officer with the Hang-Up Campaign malaria control project team (GHS) in the Wa Municipality, funded by PMI/USAID. He later joined Ghana Education Service where he taught English language at Kpaglahi Junior High School in Wa East district. He worked as a Project Officer with MAP International in charge of Adolescent Reproductive Health and was stationed in Sene West District. He also worked as a District Resource Person (DRP) with Government of Ghana-UNICEF WASH Programme. He again worked as a consultant for Global Communities/USAID RING and a WASH Officer for World Vision International. I am currently a Research/Teaching Assistant at Western Michigan University.