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JOHN WILLIE KWAMINA DUNCAN

Background

  • DUNCAN, JOHN WILLIE KWAMINA was born on February 11, 1933 in Lagos, Nigeria.

  • Education

    • University of London, 1956-1969, Bachelor of Science Engineering (Honours). McGill University, Canada, 1962-1964, Master of Engineering. School of Hygiene & Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, United States of America, 1965-1967, Master of Public Health, Dr PH.

      Spoken languages: English, Yoruba.

    Career

    • World Health Organization Professor of Environmental Health, College of Medical & Allied Health Science(s), University of Sierra Leone, World Health Organization since 1989. Project(s) Manager, World Health Organization Subregional Health Development Office III, Zimbabwe, 8689. Programme Manager, Community Water Supply & Sanitation, World Health Organization Subregion III, Zambia, 1979-1986.

      World Health Organization Professor of Environmental Health Engineering, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1973-1979. Sanitary Engineer(s), Regional Officer, World Health Organization African Regional Office, Congo, 1970-1973. Lecturer, College of Medical, University of Lagos, 1967-1970.

      Senior Executive Engineer(s), Federal Ministry of Works & Supply, Nigeria, 1964-1965, 1959-1962, 1952-1956.

    Membership

    Member Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers, England. Fellow, Nigerian Society of Engineers. Associate, Woolwich Polytechnic.

    Personality

    Interests

    Environmental control and public health, self-help activities in environmental sanitation. Patchwork and sewing. Walking, swimming.

    Connections

    • Spouse Beatrice Orleans, National of Ghana.
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    Born February 11, 1933
    Nationality

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