Emmanuel adds to the capacity of NewForesight with his expertise in sustainable food systems and agricultural economics. Growing up in the countryside in Ghana, he is driven by personal experience to help contribute to improving the living conditions of farmers and sustainability along the entire agriculture supply chain. Emmanuel’s efficiency in using system thinking approach in collecting and analysing complex data to identify relevant insights is one of the important assets he brings to the team. In his recently published article, Emmanuel shows how much variables inputs could be saved without changing output levels among Dutch horticultural producers.
Prior to joining NewForesight, Emmanuel worked as assistant analyst at Rabobank where he analysed the market size and the socio-economic impact of the substrate sector for the European Economic Area. He also worked as agricultural extension agent in Ghana, disseminating information on improved agronomic practices for individual as well as farmer groups in the Bono region of Ghana. Emmanuel holds a MSc in Organic Agriculture from Wageningen University.
In the weekends, Emmanuel doesn’t miss watching his football team play. Sometimes and when he finds a good opponent, he plays table tennis.