Phillip Garjay Innis

Phillip Garjay Innis

Phillip Garjay Innis, who hails from Liberia, has over nine years of experience working with different institutions in Liberia, including the National Oil Company of Liberia and the General Auditing Commission. He is a former youth and student leader in Liberia and served in the leadership of organisations such as the Liberia National Students Union (LINSU) and Youth for Productive Activities (YOPPA). He is a 2014 Mandela Washington Fellow. He studied at Lund University (Sweden), Coventry University (United Kingdom), and the University of Liberia.

Recent Articles

Religion and Morality: The coexistence of overt religiosity and rampant corruption in Africa

Rampant corruption is flourishing alongside overt …

Oct 31st
The African Migrant Crisis: What is driving Migration?

Emigration is rife in African countries. What are …

Oct 19th
Sierra Leone Mudslides: A Preventable Social Disaster or an Inevitable 'Natural Disaster'?

What lessons can African countries learn from Sier…

Aug 20th
Tackling Urban Disasters: The Role of a Legislative Framework as a First Step to Risk Reduction

Urban hazards in Africa include poorly constructed…

May 20th
Meet Tidjane Thiam: Africa’s Superstar CEO

Tidjane Thiam is the first black person to head a …

Mar 2nd
Developing Solar Photovoltaic Deployment Knowledge in Africa: Learning from 'Pioneer Countries'

Despite Africa's huge solar potential, the install…

Nov 20th
Look to Sweden? Lessons African cities can learn from Sweden’s approach to waste Management

This article is a reflection on Sweden's waste man…

Nov 1st