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John is an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation student, Western Michigan University, (WMU), a Graduate Research Assistant & an Evaluation café Co-organizer at The Evaluation Center, WMU. His research expertise includes evaluation systems, evaluation and pace of change, evaluation of technological systems and software, research on evaluation theories, methods, and practices, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method, outcome harvesting and meta-analysis.
He holds a MSc in Development Evaluation and Management Studies from Institute of Development Policy, University of Antwerp, Belgium, and a BSc in Economics from Central University, Ghana. He has served in and led many research studies and evaluations, funded by International Organization for Migration (IOM), Global Green grants Fund, EUTF-IOM Joint Initiative on Migration Protection and Reintegration, Fondation Botnar, Tearfund, German Development Co-operation (GIZ), non-profits and many other institutions across several substantive domains, including health and nutrition, education, science and technology, agriculture, environment, community empowerment and international development. He also served as Principal Investigator, Co-Principal Investigator, Team leader, evaluator, and methodologist for several research and evaluation grants and contracts.