Lebah Bingo is an experienced communications leader and international development professional who specializes in engaging stakeholders through participatory processes. His leadership experience ranges from engaging with private sector organizations to promote youth literacy to facilitating the design and implementation of survey tools and data collections.
At RTI, Mr.Bingo supports the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Partnership for Advancing Community Health Services project by facilitating a national stakeholders workshop with key stakeholders of the Liberia Ministry of Health. His efforts resulted in the establishment of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) roles and responsibilities in the implementation of the Liberia Community Health Roadmap. Mr. Bingo also led the design and capacity assessment for 11 community forest institutions for the USAID Forest Income for Environmental Sustainability project.
Previously, Mr. Bingo worked for Mercy Corps, where he served as an organizational capacity-building advisor on the USAID Engaging Community for Peace in Nigeria project. In this role, he secured funding from the presidential Committee in the Northeast Initiatives for scaling up CSOs' capacity development support across the six Northeastern states like Adamawa and Bauchi. In addition, he completed a consultancy for the World Bank through the Accountability Lab Liberia, where he adopted the Integrated Technical Capacity Development tool for use by the USAID Forest Incomes for Environmental Sustainability.