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Kafui is an agricultural advisory service provider and training facilitator with eleven (11) years of experience rural development and youth engagement. He has worked as a training facilitator with GIZ/Green Innovation Centre, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Solidaridad West Africa, The Hunger Project-Ghana, CIRAD, and Forum for Agricultural Research Africa (FARA).
He has mentored a number of young people as Business Academy Mentor on The Next Generation Cocoa Youth Program (MASO) project and now appointed a member of MASO Youth Network Advisory Board. He is currently training farmers in rural communities on the financial implication of technological application with the Farmer Business School (FBS) module under the GIZ/Green Innovation Centre project.
Kafui read Agricultural Science with specialization in Extension and rural sociology for his BSc degree at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi Ghana, and proceeded to obtain Diploma in Business Administration and Human resource management with The Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), London. He has completed his Masters in Philosophy degree in Agricultural Extension with research in Micro enterprise development with the University of Ghana, Legon.