Isaac Kofi Letsa

Program Officer
“I am working to alleviate poverty and transform lives.”

- Isaac Letsa

Isaac Letsa is a Program Officer at ICED whose work includes participation in the design and planning of development programs that align with ICED’s organizational goals. He also collaborates with other Research and Innovation Unit members on data-gathering for proposals, manages development program implementation, and oversees data collection, analysis and reporting to assess the development initiatives’ effectiveness.

Isaac holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science from University of Ghana, and a Certificate in Executive Leadership, Monitoring and Evaluation as well as a Certificate in Data Management and Analytics from the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at University of Ghana. Prior to joining ICED, Isaac was a member of the 2009 and 2011 National Assessment Team in Ghana, responsible for the performance assessment of Metropolitan/Municipal/District Assemblies (MMDAs). Using the Functional Organizational Assessment Tool (FOAT), he assisted the national team to provide tools for effective recording, monitoring, and measuring of projects’ successes and developing an effective means of establishing continuing feedback tools, which were implemented.

Isaac adores genuine charity work, citing it as his inspiration to be a better person who appreciates what he has and contributes to the betterment of society. His work with ICED and in the non-profit sector is aimed at alleviating poverty and transforming lives.

When Isaac isn’t pursuing his career passion of collecting raw data and making meaning of it, he can be found immersing himself in water for a good swim, his other passion.

Location: Ghana