Dr. Martha Adimabuno Awo

Country of current residence

Ghana

Current position

Research Fellow

Current institute employer

Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER)

Profession

Social Scientist

Degrees / expertise

2007, Masters (Second Degree) in Rural Livelihoods and Global Change, (ISS), The Netherlands.

 

2002, Bachelor (First Degree) Agricultural extension, University of cape Coast, Ghana

 

1998, Diploma in Renewable Natural Resource management, university of Science and technology, Ghana

2010

Awo, M.  2010.  Marketing and market queens: a case of tomato farmers in the Upper East Region of Ghana.  Thesis at  Faculty of Arts, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2007

Awo M..  2007.  Tomato marketing in Northern Ghana:Risky business or a way out of poverty. 

Awo, M., S. Gerke and W. Laube.  Powerful queens, poor farmers: the realities of tomato marketing in Northern Ghana. 

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Science Policy
  • Renewable energy
  • Sustainable use of natural resources
Research countries
  • Burkina Faso
  • Ghana
Research projects

GLOWA VOLTA

Working groups

Political and Cultural Change

Degrees

2007, Masters (Second Degree) in Rural Livelihoods and Global Change, (ISS), The Netherlands.

 

2002, Bachelor (First Degree) Agricultural extension, University of cape Coast, Ghana

 

1998, Diploma in Renewable Natural Resource management, university of Science and technology, Ghana

Funding institutions

German Federal Ministry of education and Research

Research affiliation

IWMI. Ghana,

Ministry of Food and agriculture: Ghana,

Ministry of Trade and Induxtry, Ghana.

Doctoral research funded by

BMBF

Cooperation partners

IWMI Ghana

Ministry of Food and Agriculture (Ghana)

Ministry of Trade and Industry (Ghana)

Martha Adimabuno Awo

Former Junior Researcher

Private website:
http://marthawo@yahoo.com

Former Department:
ZEF A: Department of Political and Cultural Change