Bismark Agbeve, Volta Office Manager
Bismark is from Adaklu-Tokor, which means "mountain side", as his community rests on Adaklu Mountain. He has a long history community activism. He has served as an assembly councilman, served as regent chief to his community, and helped establish the eco-tourism site in the area. He is a farmer, a taper of palm wine, and owns a bicycle shop. He is an entrepreneur in the truest sense of the word.
Bismark worked closely with Peace Corps Volunteers for over six years. He was a Counterpart for Bridge volunteers for five years, and mastered the art of integrating outsiders into the local culture and development efforts.
He presently runs Bridge's Ho office in the Volta regional capital. He provides technical assistance to our partners, teaches them how to use computers for their organizations, places volunteers in communities, and helps us reach out to new communities and groups.
Volta Office: P.O. Box MA 288, Ho, Ghana
Bismark jokes with partner committee member