ICED hosted the Evidence to Action Conference in Nairobi from May 24th-25th,2017

Participants at the Systematic Review training at ISSER, University of Ghana


Participants of ICED Systematic Review, Morogoro, Tanzania

USADF Convening 2018 5-7th March, Accra Ghana

Dr. Felix Kwame Yeboah


Associate Senior Evaluation Fellow

Dr. Felix Kwame Yeboah is a scholar practitioner and researcher with expertise in multiple areas of social policy including agricultural development and poverty reduction strategies, natural resource management, and program evaluation.  He is presently an Assistant Professor of International Development and a member of the Food Security Group at Michigan State University, USA, where he is engaged in agricultural and food policy research and advise various development-related initiatives in Africa.

Dr. Yeboah’s strong quantitative and qualitative research skills and broad social science background affords him the capability to analyze complex social issues from multi-disciplinary perspectives. He has provided critical analysis to inform program designs in various contexts, including The MasterCard Foundation’s strategies promoting youth employment in the agri-food system in Africa; the State of Michigan’s effort to reduce non-point source pollution in the Great Lakes; and strategic change initiatives advancing solid waste recycling and energy conservation at Michigan State University. His research has also been featured in the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa’s (AGRA) 2016 African Agriculture Status Report.

Dr.  Yeboah holds a Masters and Ph.D. in Environmental Policy and International Development, with specializations in Environment and Resource Economics from Michigan State University, USA and a Bachelor’s in Natural Resource Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.  He was also a John M. Gunn Exchange Scholar at Washington and Lee University in Virginia, a Milton H. Steinmueller fellow of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and a George and Nancy Axinn fellow of International Development.