Sina Odugbemi

by Admin on 20 November 2009

Sina Odugbemi is Program Head of the World Bank’s Communication for Governance & Accountability Program (CommGAP). He is also the Practice Lead on Governance and Reform in the Operational Communication Department. He has over twenty years of experience in journalism, law and development communication. Before he joined the World Bank in 2006, he spent seven years in the UK’s development ministry, DFID, where his last position was Program Manager and Adviser, Information and Communication for Development.

His publications include a novel entitled The Chief’s Granddaughter (Spectrum Books, 1986), and two co-edited volumes: With the Support of Multitudes: Using strategic communication to fight poverty through PRSPs (2005) and Governance Reform under Real-World Conditions: Citizens, Stakeholders, and Voice (2008).

See also Sina Odugbemi’s blog.