Dr. Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh (nee Barnor) is a product of Aburi Girls Senior High School, the University of Ghana, Legon and the University of Oxford, England. She retired from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology as a Senior Lecturer in 1997 after joining the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana(PPAG) as the Executive Director in 1995 during her sabbatical leave. In 2006, she retired from PPAG and has worked as a private consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health for the past fifteen years. She serves as a lay preacher in the Methodist Presbyterian Church at Michel Camp, where she helps in marriage counseling.

  • Moments & Memories: My Journey of Grace — An Autobiography

    Sharing our experiences in various ways helps us accept the lessons God has for us. These experiences go a long way to help those who read or hear them. I consider myself a beautiful piece of broken pottery put back together by God Almighty for a purpose.

    As an Adult, I realised that the challenges I had experienced as a teenager would prove very useful as I worked with young people. When I tell young people that there is nothing they are doing that I have not done before, they look at me with doubt, as if to say, “No, You are just saying that to make us feel better”.

    A successful life has within it good things as well as challenges, and the total outcome is based on how we allow the Lord to lead us. Many times we see the hand of God long after the outcome.

    This has been my life. This is my story. I hope you enjoy reading and learning from my Moments and Memories.

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