Grace Safoah Aryeetey is the Programme Coordinator of Theatre for Social Change (TfSC). She has six (6) years experience in programme design and management.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Sociology from the University of Ghana, Legon. In addition, she has gained valuable work experience working with the organisation for the past years managing two or more project concurrently.
She have also gained experience through working on Barclays Bank Banking and Behavioral Change project and ICCO projects, Marie Stopes International Ghana family planning and CAC project, Ghana AIDS Commission National Strategic Plan 2011-2015 project with 7 implementing partners in 7 districts in the Eastern region of Ghana and Global Fund both Phase I & II for both general and key population with satisfied results to both funders and TfSC.
Currently she coordinates Global Fund New Funding Model project in 7 prisons and facilitates Interactive Theatre performances in forty-three (43) prisons in Ghana on the prevention of new HIV and AIDS, TB and other STIs and stigma reduction through Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), Project implementation, conducting training for facilitators and peer educators, community mobilization, stakeholder engagement and managing implementing partners on project are some of her major strengths with her involvement on these projects.