Monitoring & Evaluations Officer, Ghana
- Ghana Staff
Emmanuel received his Bachelors in Population and Family life Education from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana in 1999. After working for a while in rural community development with a number of local NGOs, he pursued Master’s Degree in Development Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 2004. Prior to joining The Hunger Project, he worked with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA-Ghana) for more than six years—in charge of partnership and aid coordination and monitoring and evaluation for over six years. Emmanuel has received extensive training in Monitoring and Evaluation from Meiji University, Japan. He earned a Certificate in Data Management and Analysis from ISSER, University of Ghana in June, 2013.