Miriam Gyamfi has a B.A. in integrated European studies from the University of Bremen and a M.S. in public policy and human development from the University of Maastricht. Over the last five years, she has led projects for the economic promotion of the cashew industry in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Mozambique as well as six other African countries.Since 2016 she has been working with Como as a consultant in business and sustainability with a focus on value chains, sustainable supply chains and development partnerships between public and private actors.


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    hours a week meditating, Pranayama and Asanas

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    two become one: German and Ghanaian roots make for a multi-faceted understanding of the world.

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    wishes: hiking in the Grand Canyon, accompanying a falconer on hawking trip and marvelling at the eternal love of "Romeo & Juliet" portrayed in the ballet

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