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Leadership

Correspondance Contacts

Events Involvment & Statements

  • GEO Week 2022

    04 Nov 2022 Accra, Ghana, Republic of

    GEO has been instrumental in proving and access to different sources of with EO data varied spatial and temporal resolution and computing platform to transform the EO data into useful information for evidence-based decision making – Digital Earth Africa Plaform

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    Prof Shilo Osae

    Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute
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    GEO -earth observations into decisions for a better Africa, a renewed World – is pivot for Trust, Transparency and Governance for changing the fortunes of Africa for the Africa We Want Agenda 2063.

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    Prof Amos Kabo-Bah

    Co-Chair, GEO LDN Initiative Dean, International Relations Office, University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana

    GEO has supported us in organizing training for stakeholders on monitoring SDG goal 6 using EO data on Amazon Web Services. This enabled us to train over 200 participants with diverse backgrounds in Ghana on monitoring SDG goal 6 using the AWS platform.

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    Kofi Asare

    Manager, Remote Sensing, GIS & Climate Center, Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute
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  • GEO Week 2023

    10 Nov 2023 Cape Town, South Africa, Republic of

    Through active participation in GEO, Ghana is paving the way towards realizing our national GEO vision, sharing the GEO document with key stakeholders, and contributing to a sustainable and data-driven future.

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    Dr. Joseph Bremang Tandoh

    Director, Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute (GSSTI)
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