Mr Mohammed Musah is currently working with CSIR-SRI as a Principal Technologist. Before that he worked with Community and Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) as Community Relations Officer, Acting Water System Manager and subsequently promoted to Water System’s Manager.
Mr Musah also worked as a Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) professional (Projects’ Coordinator/Manager) with years of experience in monitoring and evaluating and Extension Technician on a large-scale donor funded programmes/Projects including USAID, DFID, and UNICEF. His experience includes designing and implementing M&E systems, conducting baseline, mid-term, and final evaluations, and providing data input for reports. He also served as M&E Specialist for Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Project (GHARH) Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) Project, under the auspices of Institute of Social Research and Development/ Palladium Group with funding from UKaid.
He previously held various positions on different developmental projects in different capacities throughout the country including BCC on malaria. Hand washing with under running water with soap as critical public health requirement before and after visiting the toilet, eating etc, Ebola sensitisation of the general public and ways to handle related cases if it broke-out especially among the rural folk with funding from UKaid through UK Department for International Dep’t. (DFID-Ghana). He was also a team member who implanted Hand washing under running water with soap sensitisation of Senior High School on Ebola and Cholera in Brong Ahafo, Northern Upper East and Upper West Regions of Ghana funded by UNICEF and Government of Ghana, Japan, Government of the Netherlands and Australian Aid. The Project was dub as AGOO.
Mr. Musah Mohammed is a Ghanaian national with M.Phil. Postharvest Technology and B.Sc. Agriculture Technology from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and University for Development Studies respectively. He holds a Certificate courses in corporate executive management (CeMTP) in sales and marketing, accounting and finance, human resources as well as oil and gas held at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). During his final year in KNUST he was attached to Crop Research Institute (CRI) where he researched into some aspects of tomatoes.
He had in-depth research and analysis with the Institute regarding Calcium and Magnesium on growth, yield and post-Harvest quality of some tomatoe varieties whiles on his attachment and research. He had had years’ experience in community entry processes, conducting needs assessments, transferring appropriate agriculture related technologies to farmers and identifying alternative technologies with high potential to increase productivity of farmers and food safety, monitoring and evaluation as well as making a compelling case. No doubt has enhanced his capacity through training by University of Ghana-School of Public Health, Legon in collaboration with Abafemi Owolowu University supported by UKaid and palladium.
I have acquired a lot of training, experience and skills in the field of agricultural and rural development activities including market access. I have strong knowledge and experience in postharvest activities including, HACCP, quality control and assurance, cereals, grains, legumes, fruit and vegetable production, handling, transportation, processing and warehouse related activities and Project Management.
He attended many training programmes, workshops, reviews with Gov. of Ghana programmes, UNICEF, CWSA/UNICEF on water safety as well as international conference on Women sexual health and right.
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