CARPS student

Enoch Teye Kwao Ametepey

Enoch Teye Kwao Ametepey (Ghanaian) was born in the Eastern Region of Ghana, and grew up in a little village situated in-between Somanya and Akuse where cultivation of cereals and vegetables on small scale are the main occupation and source of income of the community. Enoch enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree programme in Agricultural Extension and Community Development at the University of Cape Coast and graduated with First Class Division Honors. He is currently a RUFORUM MasterCard Foundation Scholarship beneficiary on the (Pineapple Value Chain Project In Ghana), and pursuing Master of Philosophy in Agricultural Extension in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension at the University of Cape Coast (Ghana). Enoch is with a dream to become a Lecturer (Agricultural Educator), a Community Development Expert and a Consultant who will integrate development with Agriculture to alleviate poverty and empower Ghanaians especially the unemployed youth. He has special skills are in implementing Action Research Process, Developing Extension Training Guides, Designing of Communication Strategies, Planning and Implementation of Community Development related projects among others

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