Charles Teye Amoatey
Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)
Charles has over 15 years of experience as a Monitoring and Evaluation expert. He is currently the Director GIMPA Academy of Leadership and Executive Training. Charles holds bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, a masters in Infrastructure Planning, an MBA in Finance and International Management and a Ph.D. in Development Economics. He has consulted for several local and international Development Agencies including World Bank, ECOWAS Commission, UNDP, DFID, GIZ, KfW, SECO, British Council, Danida and IFAD in the fields of Policy Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation and regional economic development. Charles has supported several public sector agencies and international agencies in setting up M&E systems and conducted evaluations. He has participated in projects in Ghana, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Germany, Italy, Namibia, South Africa, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, The Gambia, Kenya and Senegal.
Amoatey C. et al (2019). National Monitoring and Evaluation Policy. Developed for Ministry for Monitoring and Evaluation, Office of the President of Ghana.
Amoatey C. (2019). ECOWAS Monitoring and Evaluation Policy. Developed for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission, Abuja, Nigeria.
Amoatey C. (2016). Review of Global National Evaluation and Implications for Ghana. National Development Planning Commission, Accra, Ghana.
Samuel Adams, Charles Amoatey, Joe Taabazuing and Osvaldo Feinstein (2013): “Supply and Demand of Development Evaluation in Ghana”. Published by the World Bank, Washington DC. USA.
Amoatey, C. (2012).
ECOWAS (2014): ECOWAS Monitoring and Evaluation Handbook. Published by the ECOWAS Commission in Abuja, Nigeria.
Amoatey, C., Kodzo Hayibor, MW. (2017)
Adaku, E., Amoako-Gyampah, K., Anang Lomotey S.N., Amoatey, C., Famiyeh, S. (2018) “Improving public sector service delivery: A Developing Economy Experience”, Published in International Journal of Productivity and Performance
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