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Meet Our Alums: Victoria Wintonya Ndebugri

Victoria Wintonya Ndebugri is a registered nutritionist by the Allied Health Profession Council in Ghana, with an MPhil in Public Health Nutrition and a BSc in Community Nutrition from the University for Development Studies. Her holistic approach to health emphasizes addressing social, economic, and environmental factors. As a CorpsAfrica/Ghana volunteer, Victoria facilitated a project to improve sanitation and community health through the construction of 20 household ventilated improved pit latrines (VIP) in Kanfiehiyili, Kumbungu District of the Northern Region of Ghana. She previously worked as an Enumerator for Catholic Relief Services in Tamale, facilitating data collection for rural communities under the Regreening Africa Project. She also worked with the International Potato Center (CIP) as a student researcher under the AWINA project in Northern Ghana and also undertook academic projects related to nutrition among children and people living with HIV/AIDS in Ghana. Her extensive experience as a Nutrition Officer at Holy Family Hospital in Techiman involved developing and implementing tailored nutrition initiatives, promoting healthy lifestyles, and empowering individuals and communities to make informed food choices. Victoria’s dedication to her field is reflected in her awards and achievements, including certificates of honor as a Nutrition advocate in Preventing and controlling hidden hunger. Outside of her professional endeavors, Victoria derives fun in peer mentoring, traveling, and cooking. She also has a strong interest in research and community development and believes in the power of community-driven initiatives and collective action to create a brighter and more inclusive society.

Victoria Wintonya Ndebugri is currently holding a staff position at CorpsAfrica/Ghana as an M&E Intern. 

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