I need a freelancer I am a freelancer Pricing

Mavis Okyere

Juaso, Ghana
Book Mavis with Paydesk
See how it works

Book Mavis with Paydesk

Make your booking securely through paydesk for these benefits:


Preferred Booking Channel

Mavis is more likely to commit to assignments booked through paydesk, as it is a trusted platform that validates the seriousness and legitimacy of each engagement.

Insured Bookings for Peace of Mind

We provide basic insurance coverage with each booking on paydesk, giving both you and the media professional confidence and protection while they work for you.

Effortless Online Payment

Paydesk offers a payment protection system to ensure payments are only finalized when you are satisfied with the job completion. Freelancers trusts our process that guarantees their efforts are rewarded upon successful delivery of services

Still have questions?

Check FAQ
About Mavis
Mavis Okyere is a journalist based in Juaso, Ghana.
Mavis Okyere with twelve years experience as a journalist with a Community Radio Station known as Radio Progress in the Upper West Region of Ghana , Ahwenepa fm in Juaso ,the Ghana News Agency and Voice of America.
She has helped to nurture up and coming Radio Presenters and reporters for Radio Progress. 
Working as the News Editor and Assistant Head of Programs, she passionately trains new interns and Reporters at Radio Progress as She herself started her journalism profession as an intern in 2011 at Radio Progress whiles in her third year at the Wa Campus of  the University for Development Studies .
Through her work as a Journalist there have been several interventions for deprived communities in the Upper West Region of Ghana without potable drinking, schools and furniture. 
Mavis Okyere received the Youth in Innovative Media Award received from the National Youth Authority in the Upper West Region as part of the Youth Achievers Awards held on the 3rd November, 2018 and third Best Journalist in the Upper West Region in Social Accountability reporting award from the Action for Sustainable Development (ASUDEV) on the 11th May, 2019
She is a 2019 Community Solutions Fellow, a Fellowship Program sponsored by the United States Department of State and IREX.
As part of the Community Solutions fellowship she worked with the Voice of America in Washington DC from August 13th 2019 to November 29th, 2019.Through her time with the Voice of America She wrote new stories from Ghana, and other African Countries for the English to Africa Division of the Voice of America.
Many of her stories are aired on Africa News Night, Day Break Africa, Nightline and South Sudan in Focus at the English to Africa Division of the Voice of America.
She is currently using media to educate and advocate for people in the Wa Municipality stop the practice open defecation.
She currently works for the Voice of America as a stringer
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop
Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment


The International Organization for Migrations (IOM) says more than 35,550 Ghanaians are in Libya, having gone there on their way to Europe, but many now want to return home.

Ghana’s information minister says a separatist group’s declaration of independence for a region on the country’s eastern border should be ignored. The Homeland Study Group Foundation has declared independence for an area the group calls Western Togoland. Mavis Okyere in Washington has more.


Fashion is fulfilled when replete with life-touching actions — Sally Torpey

22 Nov 2019  |  theafricandream.net
Sally Torpey, the designer behind the brands Ohemaa and the JAK Gentle Giant Collection, advocates for fashion to be a means of impacting society and giving back, particularly to the deprived. She spoke at the 'Adoma's Year of Return' fashion show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which aimed to raise funds for medical assistance in Ghana. The event commemorated Akua Adoma and supported the Akua Adoma Memorial Hope Foundation. Torpey also highlighted the growth of Ghana's fashion industry and the need for higher production standards to attract investors and partnerships.

Government committed to digitizing the Ghanaian economy

30 Sep 2019  |  modernghana.com
Samira Bawumia, the Second Lady of Ghana, emphasized the government's commitment to digitizing the Ghanaian economy through technologies like the Ghana Card and the National Digital Property Addressing System. She addressed the slow pace of development concerns, asking for patience as the government lays a strong foundation for future benefits. The Second Lady also praised the Ghanaian Diaspora for their role in the New Patriotic Party's election victory and sought continued support for the 2020 elections. The NPP's women's wing in Washington, DC, known as Loyal Ladies, was introduced at a cookout event.

Mavis' confirmed information

Financial institution
Verified Nov 2019
Phone number
Verified Dec 2019
Nov 2019

Log in