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Imranah Mahama Adams

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager


Joining the Foundation in 2020, Imranah Mahama Adams is IDPF’s Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager. He oversees the operationalization of systems to collect data, inform analysis, and drive program quality and improvement.

Imranah has over twelve years’ experience in a wide range of sectors, including education, health, child protection, social protection, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), livelihoods, and poverty reduction. In his previous role as a social development consultant Imranah worked on several projects for well-known aid organizations, including Department for International Development (DFID, now Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office/FCDO), United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), Global Affairs Canada, World Bank, World Food Programme (WFP), Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO), STAR-Ghana, Migration for Development in Africa (MiDA), and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Ghana.

Imranah holds a BA in Sociology and Social Work from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and an MA in Development Studies from the Institute of Statistical, Social, and Economic Research at the University of Ghana. He’s based in Accra, Ghana.

Contributed to

Policy Brief on Rethinking Basic Education in Ghana: Key Issues for Stakeholder Action
The COVID-19 pandemic may not be the first major event to disrupt individual countries’ education systems – but its impact has been a stark reminder that countries cannot continue to pursue narrow education policies and programs that ignore the complexities…
July 2022

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