Prof. Imoro Braimah


Dept: Planning
Department of Planning,
KNUST - Kumasi

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Research Areas/Interests

Strategic Planning, Educational Planning, Local Economic Development and Infrastructure Planning...~more

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    Journal Publications arising out of Research

    1. Dina Adei, Imoro Braimah & John Victor Mensah (2019), Occupational Health and Safety Practices among Fish Processors in Kumasi Metropolitan Area, Ghana, Occupational Health Science (Springer),
    2. Gideon Abagna Azunre, Owusu Amponsah, Charles Peprah, Stephen Appiah Takyi & Imoro Braimah (2019), A Review of the Role of Urban Agriculture in the Sustainable City Discourse, Cities, 93:104-119,
    3. Braimah,, K. Obeng Nti and O. Amponsah (2017), Poverty Penalty in Urban Water Market in Ghana, Urban Forum,
    4. Owusu A., V. Håkan, Braimah, W.S. Torben, R. C. Abaidoo (2016), The Policy Implications of Urban Open Space Commercial Vegetable Farmers Willingness and Ability to Pay for Reclaimed Water for Irrigation in Kumasi, Ghana, Heliyon (Elsevier) 2: 1-38,
    5. Braimah, I., O. Amponsah and M. O. Asibey (2016), “The effectiveness of the local management systems of rural water facilities for sustainable service delivery: A case study of the Sekyere East District, Ghana”, Sustainable Water Resources Management, DOI 10.1007/s40899-016-0070-7, Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
    6. Owusu A., V. Håkan, W.S. Torben, Braimah, R. C. Abaidoo (2015), The Impact of farmers’ participation in field trials in creating awareness and stimulating compliance with the World Health Organization’s farm-based multiple barrier approach, Environ, Dev & Sustainability, DOI1o.1007/s10668-015-9686-2
    7. Owusu A., V. Håkan, W.S. Torben, E. S. Boateng, Braimah, R. C. Abaidoo (2015), Assessing low quality water use policy framework: Case study from Ghana, Resources, Conservation and Recycling: 1-15
    8. King R. S., I. Braimah, & A. Brown (2015), Formalising the Informal Sector through Association: the Case of Kumasi Informal Bakers’ Association, Journal of Sustainable Development, 8 (2), 46-56
    9. Kafui, A. O., R. Adamtey, C. Oduro & I. Braimah (2015), The Nexus between Communication and Development Planning. Exploring the Communication Methods Used by Development Planners in Ghana, Developing Country Studies, 5(2), 59-69
    10. Oduro-Ofori, E., Braimah and K. Osei (2014), Promoting Green Infrastructure in Kumasi: Challenges and Strategies, Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(26), 110-118
    11. Oduro Ofori, E., Braimah and F. S. Asamoah (2014), The Effects of Natural Resource Conservation on the Development of Fringe Communities around the Barekese Catchment Area, Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(19), 27-33
    12. Oduro-Kwarteng, S., I. Money and Braimah (2015), Human Resource Capacity in Ghana’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector: Analysis of Capacity Gaps and Policy Implications, Journal of Water Policy, 17(3): 502-519. doi:10.2166/wp.2014.293
    13. Braimah, I, S. King and D. M. Sulemana (2014), Community-based irrigation management at local government level in Ghana, Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance 15, 141-159
    14. King, R. S., A. Owusu and Braimah (2013), Social Accountability for Local Government in Ghana. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 13(14), 61-76
    15. Owusu-Ansah J.K. and Braimah (2013) The dual land management systems as an influence on physical development outcomes around Kumasi, Ghana, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(4), 689-703.
    16. Agyemang K.O., O. Amponsah, Braimah and S. Lurumuah (2012), Commercial Charcoal Production and Community Development of the Upper West Region, Ghana, Journal of Sustainable Development, 5(4), 149-164.
    17. Braimah, and O. Amponsah (2012), Causes and Effects of Unannounced Electricity Blackouts on the Operations of Micro and Small Scale Industries in Kumasi, Journal of Sustainable Development, 5(2), 17-36
    18. Braimah, and N. Filmua (2011), Community Ownership and Management of Water and Sanitation Facilities: Issues and Prospects in the Nadowli District of the Upper West Region of Ghana, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 13 (3), 74-87.
    19. Braimah I. and Yuliani S.D. (2011), Conflict Sensitive Planning in the Nanumba District of Ghana, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 13 (5), 66-79
    20. Braimah, I. and M. Alhassan (2010), Prospects of Commercialising Town and Country Planning Services in Ghana: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolitan Town and Country Planning Department, Journal of Building and Road Research, Ghana, 12 (1), 23-34.
    21. Braimah, (2009), Dimensions of Basic School Dropouts in Rural Ghana: The Case of Asutifi District, Journal of Science and Technology, 29(3), 72-85
    22. Braimah, I., P. Tudzi and T. Y. Baah-Ennumh (2009), Land Tenure as a Challenge to the Sustainability of the Amokwao Community Resource Management Area in Ghana, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 11(1), 128-148
    23. Braimah, I. and K. Obeng Nti (2009). Sustainable Vocational Skills Development for Poverty Reduction in Northern Ghana, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 10(4), 250 – 267.
    24. Obeng G.Y., Hans-Dieter E., F.O. Akuffo, I. Braimah, and A. Brew-Hammond (2008). Solar PV Rural Electrification and Rural Energy-Poverty in Ghana, Journal of International Energy Initiative, Volume XXII (1), 43-54
    25. Obeng G.Y., Hans-Dieter E., F.O. Akuffo, I. Braimah, and A. Brew-Hammond (2008). Impact of Solar Photovoltaic Lighting on Indoor Air Smoke in Off-grid Rural Ghana, Journal of International Energy Initiative, 22 (1), 55-61
    26. Braimah, I. and E. M. Jagri (2007), “Institutionalising Water and Sanitation Committees (WATSAN) for Sustainable Service Delivery in Ghana: The Case of Nanumba North District in the Northern Region of Ghana”, Journal of Science and Technology, 27(1), 90-101
    27. Braimah, I. and R. S. King (2006), “Reducing the Vulnerability of the Youth In Terms Of Employment in Ghana through the ICT Sector”, International Journal of Education and Development Using ICT (IJEDICT), 2 (3), 23-32
    28. Braimah, I. and K. Obeng Nti (2006), “Community Response to the Counterpart Funding Policy in Poverty Reduction Projects in Ghana”. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 8(1), 81-93
    29. Kokor, J.Y. and Braimah (2005), “Review and Assessment of Decentralization and Community-based Planning in Ghana” African Journal of International Affairs and Development, 9(2),
    30. Braimah, I. and Eric Oduro-Ofori (2004), “Basic School Dropout in Ghana: A Case Study of the Amansie West District”, Journal of Science and Technology, 25(1),
    31. Braimah, I. (2004), “Challenges of the 21st Century Ghanaian Universities”, Journal of Science and Technology, 24(2), 99-105.
    32. Godfred F. and Imoro Braimah (2005), “Assessing of Universal Access to ICTs in Ghana”, in Encyclopaedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology, Edited by Marshall Stewart, Wal Taylor and Xinghou Yu, pp 28-34, Idea Group Publishers, Hershey, USA.  
    34. Braimah, I. and J. K. Owusu-Ansah (2014), Chapter 5.8: Northern Region 285-309, in K.K. Adarkwa (ed) Human Settlements and Service Delivery in Ghana, University Printing Press, Kumasi
    35. Braimah, and G. Adom-Asamoah (2011), Provision of Social Services in the Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana, in Adarkwa, K.K. (ed) Future of the Tree, Towards Growth and Development of Kumasi, University Printing Press, Kumasi, pp.153-173
    36. Braimah, I., Nyarko and P. Moriarty (2010), The Use of Cost Information in Planning and Decision Making in Rural Water and Sanitation Services Delivery in Ghana, IRC Symposium on Pumps, Pipes and Promises
    37. Braimah, I., K. Nyarko and P. Moriarty (2010), Planning and Decision Making Processes for Sustainable Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene in Ghana, WASHCOST Ghana Briefing Notes
    38. Braimah, (2008), Human Settlements in Ghana, Background Material for Science and Technology Dialogue, CSIR, Accra
    39. Braimah, I. (2008), Challenges of Educational Planning and Finance in Ghana, in Adebayo Olukoshi and Cherif Diarra (ed.) Challenges of Education Finance in Africa. What Works and What does not Work. ADEA, CODESRIA, 67-70
    40. King, R and Braimah (2007), “Planning for Implementation”, in Abeeku-Brew-Hammond and Francis Kemausuor (ed.) Energy Crisis in Ghana: Drought, Technology or Policy? Pp. 34 – 44, University Press, Kumasi, ISBN 9988-8377-2-0
    41. Braimah, I. and A. Ayensu (2006), “Management of Quality Assurance at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology”, in Fremerey, M. & M. Pletsch-Betancourt (ed.), Prospects of Change in Higher Education: Towards New Quality and Relevance, pages 59 -73, IKO Verlag, Frankfurt am Main.

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