Mr. Samuel Nsowah, Senior Lecturer (Koforidua Centre)

Mr. Samuel Nsowah holds an M Phil. Degree in Adult Education from University of Ghana and a B Ed. Honors Degree with Dip. in Economics (Social Science) from University of Cape Coast.

He also holds a professional certificate in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) from two (2) years academic and clinical training (Residency) at the Harris Methodist Health System (HMHS) within the Texas Health Resources, Fort Worth; and Harris Country Hospital District in Houston, Texas.

Mr. Nsowah is currently a lecturer with the Institute of Continuing and Distance Education (ICDE) and Head of the Institute’s centre at Koforidua.
He is also the Coordinator of the University of Ghana’s Distance Education Programme at the Koforidua Centre.

He has consulted for a number of organizations, projects and programmes including the Ghana Government – UNDP funded National Poverty Reduction Programme, Technoserve ITSPM Project, National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI), Water-Aid, the Business Sector Advocacy Challenge (BUSAC) Fund and etc.

His extension and research activities/interest have focused on training and capacity building, small enterprise development, advocacy, and job satisfaction and motivation.