Eric Yeboah (PhD) is a Land Economist, specializing in land administration and land administration reforms, land policy, Gender and Social Inclusion, natural resource governance and project management. He holds a PhD in Land Management from the University of Liverpool, UK, a First Class Honours Degree in Land Economy from the KNUST (Ghana) and a Certificate in Public Private Partnership Project Management from the Institute of Public Private Partnership, Virginia, USA.
Dr Yeboah is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Land Economy, KNUST and served as Director of Postgraduate Studies at the same Department from 2013- 2017. He is a Visiting Lecturer in Land Management at the Technical University of Munich, Germany where he researched and taught courses in international land management and development.
He has served as a Consultant on a number of projects which are either implemented or funded by renowned global organisations such as World Bank, USAID, Food and Agriculture Organisation, DfID, UK, IDRC of Canada, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Mastercard Foundation among others.
Dr Yeboah served as the Country Expert to the World Bank on the Enabling the Business of Agriculture and was also the Lead Consultant for the Review and Evaluation of the Work Bank funded Second Land Administration Project (LAP-2). He has served as a Resource Person to the UN-HABITAT/GLTN in training Young Surveyors in the us of the Social Tenure Domain Model (STDM) and also led a Team of Experts in Ghana and Mali to Develop Innovative Tools to Secure Land Rights in Ghana and Mali, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Transparency International and Ghana Integrity Initiative engaged Dr Yeboah as the Lead Consultant for the Women, Land and Corruption Project which was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). He continues to provide to provide technical and policy advice on various aspects of land administration to government and various multi-national agencies. (email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org)