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Frank Ohene Annor

CEO of TAHMO a and Field Director, Lecturer/Researcher at KNUST/Delft University of Technology

Frank Ohene Annor is a doctoral scientist at TU Delft and has been working with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana since 2004, where he was officially appointed as a Lecturer in the Department of Civil Engineering in November 2007.

Frank Ohene Annor

Biography

He holds a Masters’ degree with Distinction in Water Resources Management from UNESCO-IHE, Delft, in the Netherlands. His research is in the area of IWRM, Hydrology, GIS and Remote Sensing. His PhD research concerns evaporation and mapping of lakes in the Volta basin (Southern Burkina Faso and Northern Ghana). Frank currently runs TAHMO’s field operations.

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  1. Jul 13

    Connecting agricultural insurance to meet farmers’ needs – success stories and lessons

    Weather-based insurance has the potential to benefit farmers by assisting them to withstand the effects of climate change. Through the provision of an insurance cover against erratic weather, farmers can be protected against food insecurity and hunger. Pilot projects on insurance have been implemented in different forms by a number of actors in various geographical areas. Some successes have be…
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