Frederick Antwi is a development practitioner with over a decade of experience. Over the years, he has been privileged to work on the USAID-funded and US Forest Service-managed Coastal Sustainable Landscape Project, Environmental Sustainability Project implemented by UNDP/COCOBOD – Ghana, and other development projects, including with CARE International. His work experience is primarily focused on natural resource management, livelihoods, rural microfinance and sustainable agriculture. Frederick served as a resource person for the first USAID Ghana VSLA summit held in Accra, Ghana.
Frederick holds an MSc in Development Policy and Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, a BSc in Agriculture from the University of Cape Coast, and a certificate in project management from the Graduate Training Institute: all in Ghana. He also has a certificate in livelihoods and markets from the Coady International Institute of the St Francis Xavier University of Canada.