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Daniel Armah-Attoh

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Daniel is the surveys manager for North and Anglophone West Africa

Biography

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.

 

Publications

Dispatch
AD503: Eau et assainissement : Les réalités du terrain obligent les gouvernements africains à l’action
21 Jan 2022
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AD503: Water and sanitation: On-the-ground realities challenge African governments to act
21 Jan 2022
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AD374: Ghana’s e-learning program during pandemic presents access challenges for many students
20 Jul 2020
Dispatch
AD351: Ghanaians’ acceptance of security-related restrictions faces test with COVID-19 lockdown
30 Mar 2020
Working paper
WP184: Curbing intolerance of persons in same-sex relationships in Ghana: The important role of education
15 Jan 2020
Dispatch
AD290: Meilleure mais perfectible? Comment les Africains perçoivent-ils la prestation des services publics
2 Apr 2019
Dispatch
AD290: Better but not good enough? How Africans see the delivery of public services
2 Apr 2019
Policy paper
PP48: Demand for transparency, accountability drives call for electing local leaders in Ghana
12 Jul 2018
Dispatch
AD194: Ghanaians strongly endorse rule of law but see inequities in how laws are applied
19 Mar 2018
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AD186: Ghanaians denounce mob ‘justice’ and political-party vigilantism, endorse rule of law instead
7 Feb 2018
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AD175: Ghanaians disapprove of illegal mining, endorse alternative livelihood support by government
28 Nov 2017
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AD123: ‘Neither good nor bad’: São Toméans critical but optimistic about economic performance
28 Oct 2016
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AD121: Approaching presidential transition, Liberians supportive and critical of their democracy
21 Oct 2016
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AD118: Even weak demand for democracy not met by supply in São Tomé and Príncipe
23 Sep 2016
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AD116: Liberians on Ebola: Foreign aid most effective, but government performed well, is now better prepared
19 Sep 2016
Policy paper
PP31: En dépit des progrès, les soins de santé demeurent une haute priorité des Africains
7 Apr 2016
Policy paper
PP31: Despite gains, barriers keep health care high on Africa’s priority list
7 Apr 2016
Dispatch
AD60: World Toilet Day: Eradicating open defecation still a challenge in Ghana
19 Nov 2015
Dispatch
AD58: Day of Tolerance: ‘Neighbourliness’ a strength of Ghana’s diverse society
16 Nov 2015
Policy paper
PP21: The quality of public services: An intrinsic factor in Ghanaian evaluations of government performance
1 Jul 2015
Policy paper
PP19: Ghana’s oil revenue management: Convergence of popular opinion, the law, and practice
1 May 2015
Dispatch
AD23: Ghana’s decentralization: Locally centralized decision making ill serves its public
10 Apr 2015
Working paper
WP81: Corruption and institutional trust in Africa: Implications for democratic development
8 Nov 2007
Policy paper
PP6: Les pays pétroliers et miniers : un manque de transparence, une forte impunité des hauts fonctionnaires
12 Dec 2013
Policy paper
PP6: Oil and mining countries: Transparency low, official impunity high – 2013
12 Dec 2013
Dispatch
AD6: Perceived corruption escalates, trust in institutions drops: A call for ordinary Ghanaians to get involved in the fight
2 Dec 2014