Samuel Akpah Yeboah

MSc, BA(Hons),
Position: Senior lecturer
Faculty: Faculty of Development Studies
Department: Environmental and Natural Resources Management
Campus: Akuapem
Phone: 0242963885
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Brief Profile:

MSc holder with at least more than 10 years of experience of lecturing at the tertiary level and consultancy. My main interests include: Environmental Planning and Management; urban sanitation and water; environmental evaluation and impact assessment, and climatology, climate change and adaptation management.

Research Interests:

1. Environmental Planning and Management

2. Urban sanitation and water

3. Environmental evaluation and impact assessment

4. Climatology, climate change and adaptation management.

Publications and Conferences:

  1. Atiemo, M.S., Yeboah, S.A., Dumolga, V.A., Adu-Kumi, J., Kuranchie-Mensah, H., Palm, L.M.N.D., (2012). “Investigating the Quality of Drinking Water from selected Boreholes in the Akuapem North District in the Eastern Region of Ghana”. Elixir Pollution, 46: 8046-8050.
  2. Amfo-Otu, R., Wiafe, E.D., Kwakwa, P.A., Yeboah, S.A., (2012). “Willingness to pay for Solid Waste Collection in semi-rural Ghana: A Logit Estimation”. International Journal of  Multidisplinary Research, 2(7): 40-49.
  3. Yeboah, S.A., and Ameyaw, Y., (2012). “Assessment of Forest Fringe Communities’ Participation in Sustainable Forest Management in The Yaya Forest Reserve of the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana”. International Journal of Science and Nature, 3(3): 621-627
  4. Yeboah, S.A., and Ameyaw, Y., (2012), “Analysis of Groundwater Quality for Three Selected Communities in the Ga East Municipal Assembly (GEMA) in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana”. International Journal of Science and Nature, 3(4): 853-856
  5. Yeboah, S.A., Allotey, A. N. M., Nani, E. (2013), “Environmental Effects of Socio-economic
    Activities on Songor Ramsar Site in Ada, Ghana”. Journal of Environmental Issues and Agriculture in Developing Countries, 5,(2): 10-18.
  6. Yeboah, S. A., Allotey, A. N.-.M, (2014), “Landfill Leachate impacts on Groundwater quality from specific distances at the abloradjei landfill site in Ghana”, Elixir Pollution, 74: 26966-26926.
  7. Allotey, A. N. M., Yeboah, S.A., and Ameyaw, Y., (2014), “Land Cover and Land use Dynamics on Medicinal Plant Species In the Shai Osudoku District of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana”. International Journal of Science and Nature, I.J.S.N., Vol.5 (4):
  8. Yeboah, S. A., Allotey, A. N.-.M, Biney, E., (2015), “Purification of Industrial Wastewater with Vetiver Grass (Vetiveria Zizanioides): The Case of Food and Beverages Wastewater in  Ghana. Asian Journal Basic and Applied Science. Vol. 2. (2), 1-14

Seminars And Workshops Attended

July, 2012 – Climate Change and Population Conference on Africa, University of Ghana, Legon.

January, 2012 – Technical Workshop on Reduction Emissions From Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+ in Ghana) Demonstration Projects. The Forestry Commission, Climate Change Unit.

July, 2008 – Training of Technical Training Service Providers (TTSPs) on Commercial Development of Farmer-Based Organizations (CDFO). Millennium Development Authority (MiDA), Kumasi, Ghana.

September, 2008 – Towards A Sustainable National Environmental Health Delivery: Curriculum Review Of The Schools Of Hygiene. Organized by MLGRDE/EHSD; MOH; UNICEF; WHO; DANIDA; UNIVERSITIES – Koforidua, Ghana.

June 1997  – Project Development and Management. A 3-month course in the Planning of  Project Development. Haifa University, Israel.