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Solomon Agyemang Duah Communications Specialist, Ghana

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CABI, CSIR Campus, No.6 Agostino Neto Road, Airport Residential Area, PO Box CT 8630, Cantonments, Ghana


MA in Communications Studies; BA in Geography and French; Teaching Cert 'A' in French and English

I joined CABI in August 2016 as Communications Specialist for CABI's center in Accra, Ghana. Here, I spearhead the centre's communications activities and provide requisite direction and support for various CABI projects across the region. While I work to address specific needs of various projects in the areas of development communication and publicity/ promotion, I also contribute to corporate communications goals of CABI regionally and globally.

Before joining CABI, I worked as Communications Specialist for USAID's West Africa Fertilizer Program (WAFP), implemented by the International Fertilizer Development Centre (IFDC) providing general as well as development communications direction to the project and the organization. I also worked with USAID's Agribusiness and Trade Promotion Project (USAID-ATP) as Communications and Outreach Associate, after a three-year stay experience with Ghana’s leading waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited as communications Officer. In all these positions, my key roles and accomplishments focused on:

  • Communications/ PR strategy planning amd implementation

  • Community mobilization, sensitization and education events

  • Stakeholder engagement and advocacy communications

  • Content development and editing

  • Publications and promotional items (reports, factsheets, brochures, newsletters, flyers, etc.)

  • High profile event/ conference planning and management

  • Media relations

  • Social media management

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Phytosanitary system development for the vegetable sector in Ghana

Ghana’s vegetable sector has the potential to create 20,000 skilled jobs, and increase exports to the EU. But exports are hampered by quarantine pests. This project aims to improve the current system and develop a new organic supply chain by establishing an effective phytosanitary system, facilitating...
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SAIRLA Ghana National Learning Alliance

Agricultural production and productivity needs to increase in order to enhance economic growth but environmental impacts and social conflicts need to be taken into account. The concept of sustainable agricultural intensification which takes account of these complexities is needed. The Sustainable...
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Africa soil health

Poor soil fertility is a key constraint to improving farm productivity and farmer livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa. Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) is recognised as an effective solution to poor crop yields. However, lack of access to information means that smallholder farmers do not adopt...
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Using insects to improve smallholders’ livestock production and food security in West Africa

Poultry farming is practised by almost all smallholder farmers in West Africa but feed and protein sources are becoming increasingly expensive here, affecting meat and egg production and reducing family income. Fish farmers suffer a similar problem. We are promoting the use of insects, which are a natural...