Daniel is the surveys manager for North and Anglophone West Africa
Daniel Armah-Attoh is the Afrobarometer Core Partner (CP) Project Manager for anglophone West Africa and North Africa. In this capacity, Daniel undertakes project management oversight and technical support responsibilities for the Afrobarometer survey data collection and results dissemination in Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, and two Lusophone countries – Cape Verde and São Tomé e Príncipe. He also doubles as the Research Manager/Research Team Lead at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana).
Daniel is a technically-proficient researcher with over two decades of experience in research project (both quantitative and qualitative) management. He has been with CDD-Ghana and working on the Afrobarometer since 2004. He is a well-organized team player with the ability to work under pressure to plan, manage, and oversee the implementation of research projects. Daniel has strong data management, statistical analysis, and research papers/report writing skills.
Daniel is an Economist by training. He holds a Master of Philosophy (M. Phil) degree in Economics from the University of Cape Coast, as well as a Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons.) degree in Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon. He also holds International Diplomas in Advertising and Public Relations, as well as Sales Management and Marketing from the Cambridge International College (CIC), UK. Daniel is passionate about making meaning out of both quantitative and qualitative data and enjoys reading, singing gospel/choral music, listening to highlife music, and keeping fit.