Adwoa Oforiwa Antwi holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from University of Tsukuba, Japan an MSc in Environmental Science and a B.Ed. in Agricultural Science from the University of Education, Ghana. Prior to joining UESD, she worked with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture with a focus on food security, Gender, Rural Development, Climate change and Biodiversity Conservation.
1. Environmental Ethics
2.Natural Resource Management
3. Forestry and Wildlife Conservation
4. Environmental Governance and Law
5. Rural Development and Food Security”
Andole, O. H., Matsui, K., and Antwi, A. O. (2020). The role of women enterprises for the conservation of Kakamega forest, Kenya. Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, 5(3), 83-87.
Antwi, A.O. and Matsui, K. (2019). Farmers Profits: Can the Standard Weights and Measures Help?. International Journal of Environment & Agriculture Research, 5(12),6- 11.
Antwi, A.O. and Matsui, K. (2018). Price Perception on weights and measures at the local markets of Ghana. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences 40 (2019) 552557.
Antwi, A. O. and Matsui, K. (2018). Consumers Food Value Attributes on Ghana Local Market; Case Study of Berekum Municipality. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology, 3(3).
Antwi, A.O. and Matsui, K. (2019). Examining the Link Between Farmers Profits and Food Security: Does a Standardized Weight or Measure Contribute?. 2019 WEI International Academic Conference, Boston.
Antwi, A.O. and Matsui, K. and Ondiba, H. (2019). The Role of Weights and Measures in Improving the Livelihood of Women Farmers in Ghana. 2nd International Conference on Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship Growth and Role of Social Science, Singapore.
Antwi, A.O. and Matsui, K. (2017). Marketer price perception on weights and measures at Ghana local market. 10th Annual Poverty and Social Protection Conference, Thailand.
2018-2020 Ajinomoto Foundation