Kwame Agyei Frimpong is an Associate Professor in Soil Science at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He holds a PhD in Plant and Soil Science from the University of Aberdeen, a Masters of Science in Management of Physical Land Resources from the University of Ghent and a BSc degree in Agriculture from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana.
Dr. Frimpong is a development practitioner with twenty (20) years’ experience in design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and country experience in Ghana, Benin, Nigeria, USA, Belgium, Israel, UK, Malawi, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Germany, and South Africa.
He has collaborated with a number of public, private and civil society organisations in Ghana and abroad. He has played a direct and lead role in the design and evaluation of community development projects in Ghana. Kwame is a self-motivated, results-oriented, team player with deep commitment to enhancing stakeholder participation, ownership and commitment. He is also very conscious of the dynamics and variability of the implications of agriculture for food security and rural development in a changing climate. Kwame possesses strong analytical, problem solving, training, IT and presentation skills. He is currently Director of the Centre for Resource Delivery in Ghana, responsible for providing leadership and oversight for agriculture and natural resources related consultancy services and collaborative engagements.