Vincent Azumah is an expert in Monitoring and Evaluation, Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA) to programming and Critical Writing for Change and has worked over the past 11 years as an M&E expert supporting programmes in 22 countries in Africa, Pakistan and China. He is an international trainer and an associate trainer at the Danish Center for Development (TCDC) in Arusha, Tanzania and has consulted for many organisations across Africa. Vincent holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Development and Performance Management from the University of Leicester, UK. He also holds a Bachelors in Human Resource Management from the Central University College and a Diploma in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Vincent is currently pursuing a Doctorate Degree in Human Resource Management at the Atlantic International University, Florida in the USA. He is a human rights activist who has championed the eradication of cult slavery (Trokosi) in Ghana. He is also an Alumni of the Columbia University, New York’s Human Rights Advocates Programme.