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

Thomas Ansre

Principle Associate – Ghana

Thomas Ansre is Managing Partner of Evanto Resources Limited and has been a consultant with over 23 years of experience working in various fields of endeavour.  Notable among these are projects on monitoring and evaluation, gender participation and inclusion, civil society engagement, development planning, social development and policy analysis.

He was the lead consultant for the preparation of the Ghana Skills and Technology Development Project Baseline Study commissioned by the Council for Technical Vocational Education Training. He was also M&E Consultant to The Alternative Employment Programme (AEP) of the National Institutional Renewal Programme (NIRP).

Under Phase 1 of the Ghana Land Administration Project in 2004 and 2010, Mr. Thomas Ansre was recruited as a Social Development Specialist. In this capacity he was responsible for social policy aspects of land administration.  He ensured that the social concerns revolving around land issues were mainstreamed into policy and project related activities.

Mr. Thomas Ansre has carried out consultancies for a number of organizations, key amongst them are the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), Council for Technical and Vocational Education Training (COTVET).  He has been involved in policy related research with the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER).

He has an M. Phil. in Development Studies from the University of Bradford, England (2001) and B.A. Degree (Hons), in Geography & Resource Development from the University of Ghana, Legon, 1990.  Alongside he has a Postgraduate Certificate in Research, from the University of Bradford, England and another Postgraduate Certificate in Policy Analysis, from the African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Nairobi-Kenya, 1995.