Klubosumo Johnson Borh
Budget and TAP Program Manager
Mr. Borh has a Masters of Social Work Degree with a concentration in Social Enterprise Administration (SEA/Management Fellow Program) and Field of Practice in International Social Welfare from the Columbia University School of Social Work. Mr. Borh also has a B.S. Degree in Economics from the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University College and a diploma with several certificates in leadership, financial management, and peace studies from the Advance International Training Program in Human Rights, Peace, and Security sponsored by Sweden International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and implemented by Indevelop in Stockholm and Cambodia.
Mr. Borh worked as a Budget and TAP Program Manager in Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda, and India at the Center for Sustainable Development (CSD) Earth Institute, Columbia University. He has worked with the Earth Institute since September 2014. He developed and implemented programs for the boys in Isingiro District in Uganda and developed programs to keep kids in school in Uganda and India. Prior to his work at the Earth Institute, he has worked as a social work intern with the New York Department of Education, providing school social work services at the Bronx Bridges High School.
Before obtaining his graduate degree at Columbia University School of Social Work, Mr. Borh founded and ran a service organization in Liberia, the Network for Empowerment and Progressive Initiative (NEPI). He has developed and implemented programs that offer rigorous evidence and innovative models that allow rural communities to find solutions to extreme poverty through the integrated delivery of simple, effective, proven and low-cost interventions.