Country Representative, Ghana
Based in Accra, Ghana
Daniel oversees all programming for CRS Ghana, including improving healthcare for children and mothers and helping farmers better grow and sustain their crops.
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As Catholic Relief Services (CRS)' Country Representative for Ghana, Daniel leads operations throughout the country working to advance CRS' mission to serve the poor and vulnerable. Daniel previously worked as Chief of Party for the McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program in Sierra Leone, where he oversaw activites including teacher trainings, nutrition lessons, food distributions, and school feeding for more than 30,000 students.
Prior to joining CRS, Daniel served as the Africa regional technical advisor for the Global Child Nutrition Foundation and as the West Africa regional director for the Imperial College of London's Partnership for Child Development. With a long-standing commitment to international and community development, Daniel has dedicated the last 15 years to working to advance programs and partnerships in the United States, Europe and Africa.
Daniel lives with his wife and two daughters in Accra, Ghana.
Areas of Expertise
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
Master of Laws
University of Amsterdam
M.S., International Development Studies
University of Ghana