Ms. Dinye has over a decade experience in development research and experience in designing and managing development programmes for non-profit organisations, government and private sectors. Irene-Nora has worked in various sectors spanning from in Agriculture, Education, Gender and Health and SME/Entrepreneurship Development.
At CSS, Irene-Nora’s research has explored topics related to urban planning in cities from the perspective of social, environmental, economics. Since 2017, Irene-Nora has designed and coordinated tailor-made training programmes for the Centre for Settlements Studies. Some of her key assignments include-the Flood Risk Management Training for NADMO officials.
Ms. Dinye also has experience in public policy analysis, impact evaluation and micro-data analysis and has worked extensively with household surveys and administrative databases design and implementation of M&E Systems. She has completed a wide range of consultancy assignments and has held various positions including National Consultant, Project Coordinator, Team Lead, Technical Advisor, Principal Researcher and Trainer. She has carried out assignments for the United Nations (UNICEF, UNODC), DFID, NORC and several national, regional and local governments nationwide.
Irene-Nora has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cape Coast.