During the meeting with WOUâ€™s business course coordinators, Dr Clarke-Okah offered suggestions to improve and localise the mode of delivery of the programmes. His facilitative role among the participating countries enabled him to obtain sample courses from these universities as reference for WOUâ€™s development of the programme. In return, WOU will convert the print mode of the courses in the programmes into online mode. WOU hopes to offer CeMBA/CeMPA by January 2008.
Details of CeMBA/CeMPA can be obtained at:Â http://www.col.org/colweb/site/pid/3953
Dr Clarke-Okah also serves as the Counsellor and Head of Development Cooperation at the High Commission of Canada in Jamaica. He has been associated with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) for over 25 years, and comes with an extensive background in international development and education that spans 32 years in varied functions dealing with policy and programming.