Rolanda Kapure Yennah holds a Bachelor degree in Linguistic and Theatre Arts and Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Ghana, Legon. She is currently a final year student of the Ghana School of Law.
She attended Navrongo Secondary School and proceeded to Gbewaah Training College in Bawku in the Upper East Region where she graduated as a professional teacher.
Rolanda has experience in Public Policy Advocacy against social injustice and corruption. She worked with a number of civil society organizations and partners in the national Context to bring Fairness and justice to the marginalized in society.
She worked as an intern with the Legal Resources Centre where she did research and advocacy for the establishment of human rights and for the improvement of the provision of water and sanitation in various communities
Rolanda also worked with the Foundation for Grassroots Initiatives in Africa as a project officer in charge of Advocacy, Governance and Public Policy where she advocated for pro-poor and gender policies in Ghana.
She taught in primary, Junior High and Senior High Schools.
Rolanda Kapure Yennah receives training in the following Areas;
• Organizational Development, organized by IBIS GHANA
• Report Writing organized by Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER)
• Community score cards on water and Sanitation, organized Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation(CONIWAS)