Michael Minlah – University of Ghana
Michael Minlah is an environmental economist with an interest in climate change economics. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics, University of Ghana. He is working on Work Package 4 of the DECCMA project which entails economic modelling of climate change impacts within the Volta Delta.
Priscilla Omaar Annor – University of Ghana
Priscilla Pomaa Annor holds a first degree in French and Archaeology from the University of Ghana, Legon and a university diploma in French as a foreign language from the Université de Nantes (France). She is the Administrative Assistant on the DECCMA Project in Ghana and provides office support.
Samuel K K Amponsah
Samuel Amponsah is a post-graduate (MPhil) student in Fisheries Sciences at the Department of Marine and Fisheries Sciences, University of Ghana. His research interests are in Fisheries stock assessment, fisheries socio-economics drivers and ocean acidification. He is a research assistant for Work Package 4 on the DECCMA Project.