Nana Esi Badu-Ansah

Research and Evidence Synthesis Assistant
“Seeing the world becoming a better place to live…inspires me to contribute my quota to humanity.”

— Nana Esi Badu-Ansah

Nana Esi Badu-Ansah is a Research Assistant at ICED, working within the Research and Innovation Unit on the Gender Equality and Governance (GEG) project.

She holds a master’s in development studies from University of Ghana. Prior to working with ICED, her work experience includes involvement in projects within the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at University of Ghana, in collaboration with the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), on agricultural value chains and job issues, and on the actors within the agricultural research and development system.

Nana Esi’s inspiration stems from seeing the world become a better place in which people can enjoy life. Her work with ICED is fueled by the passion to contribute to policy that shapes the world through cutting-edge research.

When she is not working hard contributing her quota to humanity, Nana Esi spends her free time singing and speaking to people about the Christian life.

Location: Ghana