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Zahra Mansoor
Sierra Leone, Ghana
Zahra Mansoor is a Lecturer in Public Policy at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. Zahra works in close collaboration with governments in low- and middle- income countries across South Asia and Africa to answer research questions p... Read more


Sierra Leone, Nigeria, South Africa, Bangladesh, Kenya, Ghana, Botswana
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Kwame Akyeampong
Kwame Akyeampong is Professor of International Education and Development at the Open University, UK. Kwame began his academic career in Ghana at the University of Cape Coast in 1989 and served as the Director of the Institute of Education from 2002 t... Read more


Ministry of Education, Ghana
The Ministry of Education in Ghana is responsible for all policies on education, including apprenticeships and wider skills acquisition in Ghana.  Ministry of Education, Ghana is the consortium partner of the What Works Hub for Global Education, ... Read more


Akyeampong Research and Development Consult (ARD Consult)
Akyeampong Research and Development Consult (ARD Consult) is an organisation with headquarters in Ghana founded by Professor Kwame Akyeampong, a Ghanaian national with global research experience on international education and development. The overarc... Read more


Jennifer Opare-Kumi
Ghana, Sierra Leone
Jennifer (Jenn) Opare-Kumi is a post-doctoral research fellow at the What Works Hub for Global Education Outcomes Fund Study. Jenn leads and supports on various research tasks such as project and government stakeholder management, research management... Read more


Clare Leaver
Ghana, Rwanda
Clare Leaver is Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, and a Fellow of University College. Much of Clare’s research focuses on careers and incentives within the public sect... Read more

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