Mr. F.G. Adjei, Senior Lecturer (Kumasi Centre)

Mr. Francis Adjei is a Resident Tutor of the ICDE (and Principal at Kumasi Centre, ICDE).

He holds M. Phil in Adult Education (UG) and teaches the following courses:
  1. Management of Adult Education Organizations
  2. Management of Adult Education Programmes
  3. Working with people in their communities
  4. Conflict Resolution Strategies (CYP)

He has carried out a number of monitoring Evaluation Studies for both Government and Non-Governmental Organizations. He is the author of “Evaluation Research…” and has published a number of articles on Functional Literacy in refereed journals.



  • Motivational Factors Influencing Literacy Workers.



Adjei F.G. (2009) ‘’The Role of Functional Literacy in National Development’’ in Andema S. & Adoo-Adeku , K (2009) Literacy For Development in Africa. Some Issues and Concerns. Ghana Reading Association. Legon

Adjei, F.G. (2009) Functional Literacy and community Development: A Case Study of Yebongo Literacy Class. Journal of Literacy and Adult Education. I.A.E. Legon

Owusu, G.A. & Adjei F.G. (2008/2009) “This place is better than my home,’’ Contexts of Child Fosterage in Three Districts in Northern Ghana’’ Ghana Social Science Journal. vol. 5&6 No. 1& 2 pp.259-281

Adjei F.G. & Owusu G.A. (2008) Fosterage in West Africa: Contexts of child fosterage and Child Domestic work in three districts in Northern Ghana. Legon Journal of International affairs. (LECIA) Vol. 5 No.1 pp54-84

Adjei, F.G (2007). “Building the Human Resource Capacity of Informal Sector Workers in Ghana” Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education, Vol.3 No.2. pp. 89-98.