Jacob Anum Attiogbe
Jacob Anum Attiogbe
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Jacob Anum Attiogbe is a professional procurement practitioner and a Christian missionary. He currently works as a principal procurement practitioner in a public service institution in Ghana.

Through the years, he has worked in the customer services sector as a team leader and currently handles various aspects of Christian ministry, and procurement and contract administration on varied scales.

He daily interacts with people from varied backgrounds and with diverse professions across wide-ranging sectors of the economy and society.

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He holds a B.A. in Sociology and Social Work and an MSc. in Development Management, both from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), and an MSc. in Procurement and Supply Chain Management from the University of Cape Coast (UCC). He is a member of the Chattered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), UK. He also holds a Professional Executive Masters in Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) from the Gamey & Gamey ADR Institute.

The knowledge and skills acquired from the ADR training has enhanced his competence in the conflict resolution profession and has become more passionate in helping people to settle disputes and differences using ADR mechanisms, especially mediation.

His areas of specialisation include family, procurement and contract dispute mediation, and he is available to offer such mediation services at all times to all manner of persons.

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