Prof. Sylvester Achio

PROFESSOR-SYLVESTOR-ACHIOProf. Sylvester Achio began his elementary education at the Nayagenia L/A Roman Catholic School from 1962 to 1972 and proceeded to Navrongo Secondary School in 1972 where he obtained his GCE Ordinary and Advanced Level education and completed in 1979. In 1983, Prof. Achio obtained a scholarship from the Ghanaian Government to study Agricultural Science (Agronomy) in the then Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) where he obtained a Master of Science Degree in Agricultural Science and a Diploma in Russian Language from the same institution (Agricultural Institute of Kazakhstan).
He further pursued a Ph.D programme in Biological Science at the Academy of Sciences, Institute of Microbiology and Virology in the Republic of Kazakhstan (USSR) and completed in 1992, returning to Ghana where he undertook his National Service in the same year at the Adukrom Secondary/Technical School in the Eastern Region.
Prof. Achio has, over the years, gained a lot of experience through his work in the educational sector from the basic level through to the tertiary level. Some of the institutions he has worked with include the following: the Chiana Experimental JSS – 1981/1982, Sandema Secondary/Technical School – 1982/1983, Pacesetters Secondary School – 1994/1996 and Accra Polytechnic – 1997 to date. He also worked as a field assistant at the Tono Irrigation Project, ICOUR in Navrongo (1980 – 1981) and a rice irrigation farm “BOSHOD”, an animal feed production firm, for Six months in 1988 and 1992 respectively.
From humble beginnings as a lecturer in Accra Polytechnic, he rose to become the Deputy Head of Department of the Science Laboratory Technology from 2001 – 2002 and subsequently, the Head of the Department and the Dean of the School of Applied Sciences and Arts from 2002 – 2003. He also served as the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (local POTAG) representative to the Governing Council of Accra Polytechnic. He was appointed as the Vice Rector of the Polytechnic for two terms, from 2003 to 2007.
Prior to his appointment as Rector of Accra Polytechnic in 2012, Prof. Achio was the Head and Coordinator of the Research and Innovation Centre where he was responsible for coordinating the research activities of the Polytechnic.

At the national level, he was appointed as an External Assessor on the Appointment and Promotion Committee of Koforidua Polytechnic, a member of the Joint Task Force and the Advisory Board for ‘On-the-Job’ Training and Apprenticeship in the informal Sector, initiated by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning from 2006 to 2007. He has also rendered his service to other institutions such as the Methodist University and the Utrecht School of the Arts (the Netherlands).
Prof. Achio helped to initiate a NUFFIC Project on Competence Based Learning/ Training, which included the preparation of a curriculum for the Department of Fashion Design and Textiles of Accra Polytechnic from 2003 to 2006.

He also became the Chairperson of the Organizing Committee of the Maiden General Assembly Meeting of the West Africa Polytechnic Games Association (WAPOGA) in 2006 and worked assiduously to champion the activities of WAPOGA. In addition, he was appointed member of the Local Organizing Committee of the 2nd African Conference on Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms held in Ghana in 2009.
He worked to attract a number of awards which included the Ghana Scholarship Award (1983 – 1989); the Special Stipend Award for Excellence (1984 – 1989), the Proposal Writing Award for the Department of Fashion, Design and Textiles, Accra Polytechnic (2003 – 2007), and the Teaching and Learning Institution Fund (TALIF) 2005. He was also co-awarded for being the third best and the best presenter in the Applied Science and Engineering categories at the Koforidua Annual Research Conference in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
Prof. Sylvester Achio recently decorated a Noble by the West Africa Noblest Forum is also the President of the West Africa Polytechnic Games Association (WAPOGA).
He is married to Mrs. Monica Apevenu Achio with two (2) biological and three (3) adopted children. He is a devoted Christian who worships with the St. Kizito Catholic Church in Accra.

CONTRIBUTION TO ADVANCEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE

Professor Achio contributed diversely and variously to knowledge in academia. As a writer, he has, authored and co-authored books on varying degree of subjects including Agriculture, Research and Allied Sciences, all totaling twelve (12) books. The distinguished professor (associate) has twenty-nine (29) Refereed Published Journal Articles to his credit in addition to eighteen (18) Refereed and five (5) Non- Refereed Conference Papers.

As a key innovator in the area of science, Professor Sylvester Achio has innovated and showcased nine such innovations and their accompanying posters at Exhibitions and Poster Conferences.

In collaboration with other researchers, Professor Sylvester Achio has raised up to US$345,896.44 in competitive research grants. Some of Prof. Sylvester Achio’s publications and accepted and implemented proposals are listed below:

  • Achio, S., Kutsanedzie, F., Ameko, E. (2014). Technological Approach to Rice Production in Ghana (Accepted for Publication by Science Group Publishers).
  • Achio Sylvester, “Laboratory and Field Approach in Mushroom Production”, Medialamp, Accra, 2012, P. 88. ISBN: 978-9988-1-6116-3.
  • Kutsanedzie F., Achio S., Appiah G. , “A Guide to Article Writing and Publication; Research Article Writing & Publication”, VDM Verlag Dr. Muller GmbH & Co. KG, USA / UK, 2011, P. 81, ISBN: 978-3-639-37579-4.
  • Kutsanedzie F., Achio S, “A Student Proposal and Research Writing Guide; Proposal and Research Writing Guide” VDM Verlag Dr. Muller GmbH & Co. KG, USA / UK, 2011, P.79, ISBN: 978-3-639-37851-1.
  • Kingsley, A., Anang, R. K., Amponsah, B. S., Darko, R., Achio, S., Andoh, K. F., Adusei, V., Enchill, B. K., Gyamfi A. F., “Report on the Task Force on incentives for On-the-Job Training and Apprenticeship in the Informal Sector”, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning Ghana, 2006, P. 74.
  • Achio, S., Ameko, E., Minamor, A., Adoku, J., Avi, C., Clottey, M. N. K., “Syllabus and Course
    • Structure for the Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) SLT Programme”,
    • Department of Science Laboratory Technology Accra Polytechnic, Ghana, 2003, P. 17.
  • Achio Sylvester, “A guide to Quality Academic Work” (Reviewed for publication).
  • Achio Sylvester, Agye-Boakye Isaac, “Laboratory Safety” (Reviewed for publication).
  • Achio Sylvester, Kutsanedzie F, “Research and Technological Approach to Rice production” (Reviewed for publication).
  • Achio Sylvester, “A Laboratory Manual on Medical & Industrial Activities” (under review).
  • Achio Sylvester, “Practical Microbiology Manual for Science Laboratory Activities” (under review).
  • Achio, S., Agyei-Boakye, I., Ameko, E.,Agbesi, K., Okai-Addo, M.K.,Kutsanedzie, F. General Laboratory Safety: A Guide to Safety Practices in a Science Laboratory (Under review).
  • Achio, S., Ameko, E., Alhassan, S., Klu, B., (2011), Accessing insecticidal properties of various aqueous and powdery extracts from the neem tree, International Journal of Bioscience, Paper No. INT-2011-41.
  • Achio, S., Amonotey, B., Ameko, E., Alhassan, S., Dekutse, E., (2011), Antimicrobial Effects of extracts of three herbs (Hibiscus sabdariffa, Ocimum viride, Alternanthera pugens) on some selected microbes. International   Journal of Bioscience, Paper No. INT-2011-42.
  • Achio, S., Agbesi, K., Abormegah, H. E. K., Amenakpor, F., Ganna, F., “The genesis, implementation and challenges of the NPT/Nuffic Programme, (NPT / Nuffic-046) in Accra Polytechnic”, Tertiary Education Series, 2011, Vol. 4, No. 3, NCTE, Accra, pp 26-33.
  • Achio, S., Kutsanedzie, F., Ameko, E., Awisi, B., Alhassan, S., (2011), Some physical and proximate analysis of common milled rice patronized by the Ghanaian community, International Journal of Research in Education, Vol. 2, No.9, 2010, pp 47-52.
  • Achio Sylvester, Alhassan Sa-eed, “Levels of some metal ions in maize flour from grinding mills and their health implication”, International Journal of Biological Science, Vol. 2, No. 9, 2010, pp 45-51.
  • Achio Sylvester, “Payphones services and their health related issue: A case study in and around Accra Polytechnic community, Duncan Science Publication, International Journal of Biosciences, Nigeria, 2010.
  • Achio, S., Alhassan, S (Ms), Ameko, E., Samari I (Ms), Alhassan, S., “ Determination of rancidity status of crude oil sold in selected areas within Accra metropolis, in Ghana”, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 3, No 10, 2010, pp 116-124.
  • Achio Sylvester, Alhassan Sa-eed, “Health issues in and around Accra Polytechnic Community: A case study of microbial analysis of water patronized by The Polytechnic community”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2010, pp 1-9.
  • Achio, S., Atia, P. A., Makafui, A. F., Quaye, S., Darko, H. F., “Fluoride levels in water from dug wells and health implications: A case study in Bongo and Anloga, in the Upper East and Volta Regions of Ghana, respectively”, Pan-African Journal Series, International J. of Biol. Sc., CNJ-2008-424, 2009, No.1, P. 52-56.
  • Achio, S., Addo, D., Quist, M., “Qualitative Analysis of waste water used for vegetable cultivation in the Accra Metropolis”, Pan-African Journal Series, International Journal of Biol. Sciences, CNJ 2008-256, 2009, No. 1, P. 105-110.
  • Achio Sylvester, Perception on HIV/AIDS and condom usage, The Journal of Polytechnics, Ghana (JOPOG), 2007, Vol. 2, No. 2: 11-21.
  • Achio Sylvester, “Malpractice analysis of disciplinary measures taken against student culprit on the HND programmes in Accra Polytechnic, from 2000 to 2003”, The J. of Polytechnics, Ghana (JOPOG), 2005, Vol.1, No.1, P. 31-41.
  • Ilyletdinov, A. N., Achio, S., Sadanov, A. K., Kurmanbaev, A.A, “The effect of epiphytic micro-flora on the germination capacity of rice seeds”, “Vestnik”, Journal of Sciences, Rep. of Kazakhstan, 1992, No. 1, P 57-62.
  • Achio, S., Sadanov A. K., Kurmanbaev A.A., Ilyletdinov, A.N., Tulemisova, K. A., “Investigation of antagonistic activities of Trichoderma lignorum strain 17 to endophytic pathogenic micro-flora of the rice seed”, “Isvestia”, International Journal Biology Series, Rep. of Kazakhstan, 1992, No. 3, P. 3-9.
  • Sadanov, A. K., Achio, S., “Antagonism of the fungus Trichoderma to pathogens of the rice seed”, “Isvestia”, Biology Series, Acad. of Sc., Rep. of Kazakhstan, 1992, No. 4, P. 68-71.
  • Ilyletdinov, A. N., Achio, S., Sadanov, “Microbiological factors determining the germination capacity of seeds”, “Vestnik”, Academic of Sci., Rep. of Kazakhstan, 1992, No. 4, pp 1-5.
  • Kutsanedzie, F.; Achio, S.; Ameko, E. (2012). Storage and Handling Techniques of Maize and Groundnut in Ghana: A Survey Report. Canadian Journal of Pure and Applied Science, 6(3).
  • Kutsanedzie, F.; Rockson, G.N.K.; Achio, S. (2012). Comparison of Compost Maturity, Microbial Survival and Health Hazards in two Composting Systems. Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences, 2 (1) 175-193.
  • Kutsanedzie, F.; Rockson, G.N.K.; Aklaku, E.D; Achio, S. (2012).Comparisons of Compost Maturity Indicators for two Field Scale Composting Systems. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences. 3(4), 000-000 (available online)
  • Achio, S.; Ameko, E.; Kutsanedzie, F; Alhassan, S. (2012). Insecticidal Effects of Various Neem Preparations against some Insects of Agricultural and Public Health Concern. International Journal of Biosciences, 1(2) 11-19.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, E. E. Sam, L. S. Quaynor and S. Alorka. Further Studies on Plastinated Teaching Aids in Ghana: Three Bovine Hearts and Kidneys. Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci.Technol. 16(1) (2013), pp. 34-41.
  • Ameko, E. Milla-Amekor, S. Achio, S. Alhassan and J. Ekpe. Suitability of a Modified Adapted Standard (S10) Method for Plastinating Three Species of Fishes (Tilapia, African Catfish and African Bonytongue. Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci. Technol. 16(2) (2013), pp. 63-74.
  • Achio, S.; Ameko, E.; Kutsanedzie, F.; Alhassan, S.; Ganaa, F. (2012). Concerns on Issues of Examination Malpractices: A Case Study of Accra Polytechnic. Journal of Academic Research International, 3(2) 145-154.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, D.M. Sackey, and L.E. Danful, Room Temperature Plastination of Whole and Dissected Guinea Pigs in Ghana. Submitted to Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci. Technol. IJPAST-697/10/13
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan and I. Sadique, Identification of Lubricating Oil-Degrading Microorganisms in Oil Polluted Soils from Five Auto- mechanic Workshops in Accra, Ghana. Journal of Environment and Earth Science. Vol 3, No 11 (2013).
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, G. Gyasi and R. Sackey. A procedure to determine the germination period for optimum amylase activity in maize malt crude extracts for the artisanal production of maltose syrup from fresh cassava starch. Innovative Romanian Food Biotechnology. Vol. 12, Issue of March, 2013, 52 – 60.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, A. Abrokwah and R. Dunyo. Design and Construction of a Portable Wooden Box Electric Dehydrator (PWBED) and Comparative Performance Assessment to a Laboratory Oven. Int. J. of Eng. Res. and Tech. (IJERT). Vol. 2 Issue 5, May – 2013.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, E. E. Sam, L. S. Quaynor and S. Alorka. Further Studies on Plastinated Teaching Aids in Ghana: Three Bovine Hearts and Kidneys. Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci.Technol. 16(1) (2013), pp. 34-41.
  • Ameko, E. Milla-Amekor, S. Achio, S. Alhassan and J. Ekpe. Suitability of a Modified Adapted Standard (S10) Method for Plastinating Three Species of Fishes (Tilapia, African Catfish and African Bonytongue. Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci. Technol. 16(2) (2013), pp. 63-74.
  • Edmund Ameko, S. Achio and Felix Kutsanedzie. Showcasing Creativity, Innovations and Inventions at TVET Institutions through Exhibitions: The Case of Accra Polytechnic. CAPA International Conference on “Aligning Skills to meet the Labour Market Needs in Africa – Role of TVET”. Arusha, Tanzania, Nov. 25th – 28th, 2013.
  • Ameko and S. Achio. Promotion of Indigenous Technology for Sustainable Development: Reduction of Postharvest Losses through Dehydration to Produce Convenience Food Items: (Very Ripe Plantain Flour, Kose Flour, and Tomato Powder). CAPA International Conference on Regional Cooperation in TVET for Sustainable National Development in Africa. Banjul, Gambia, June 2nd – 8th, 2013.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, A. Abrokwah, and R. Dunyo. Design and Construction of a Portable Wooden Box Electric Dehydrator and comparative performance assessment to a laboratory oven. Sixth Annual Applied Research Conference. Koforidua Polytechnic. July 2 – 5, 2013.
  • Ameko, E. Milla-Amekor, S. Achio, S. Alhassan and J. Ekpe. Developing Capacity for the Production of Teaching Aids Using Locally Available Materials: Plastination of Three Types of Fishes (Tilapia, African Catfish and African Bonytongue). Sixth Annual Applied Research Conference. Koforidua Polytechnic. July 2 – 5, 2013.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, E. Sam, L. S. Quaynor, and S. Alorka. Developing Capacity for the Production of Teaching Aids Using Locally Available Materials: Plastination of Three Bovine Hearts and Kidneys. Sixth Annual Applied Research Conference. Koforidua Polytechnic. July 2 – 5, 2013.
  • Ameko E., Achio S., Alhassan S., Saddique I., Identification of oil degrading microbes isolated from oil polluted soils of 5 commercial garages in Accra, Ghana, 4th Annual Applied Research International Conference, Koforidua Polytechnic, 2011.
  • Achio S., Ameko E., Alhassan S., Sintao G.R., Odue D.N. Biogas, a Complement to Fossil Fuels, (Comparative Analysis of Various Biomasses in Biogas Production), 4th Annual Applied Research International Conference, Koforidua Polytechnic, 2011.
  • Abeam, D. E., Achio Sylvester, “Health Security of the laboratory personnel: A case study in laboratories in the Department of Science Laboratory Technology, in Accra Polytechnic”, 3rdAnnual Applied Research Conference, Strengthening the linkage between theory and practice, Koforidua Polytechnic Conference Proceedings, 2010, May 17th-19th.
  • Ameko, E., Yemoh, G., Achio, S., “Effects of antimicrobial substances in patients on the efficacy of some commonly used antibiotics”, 3rd Annual Applied Research Conference, Strengthening the linkage between theory and practice, Koforidua Polytechnic Conference Proceedings, 2010, May 17th-19th.
  • Achio Sylvester, Ameko Edmond, Alhassan Sa-eed, “Field Exposure: an essential component of polytechnic education. A case study on attachment activities in Accra Polytechnic HND Programme”, 3rd Annual Applied Research Conference, Strengthening the linkage between theory and practice, Koforidua Polytechnic Conference Proceedings, 2010, May17th -19th.
  • Achio Sylvester, Alhassan Sa-eed, “Health issues in and around Accra Polytechnic. Bacteriological analysis of water patronized by the Accra Poly community”, 1st Ghanaian Polytechnics Conference of Ghana, Dodowa. 2009, Nov. 22-25, Applied Science Technical Section. No. 18.
  • Achio Sylvester, “Understanding the Biology of oyster mushroom (P. ostreatus), a means to increase its productivity”, 2nd African Mushroom Conference on Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms, Accra, 24-28th March, 2009, P. 22.
  • Achio Sylvester, Obodai Mary, Mortu Samuel, “Comparative evaluation of the effects of storage temperature in different packages of fresh mushroom”, 2nd African Mushroom Conference on Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms, Accra, 2009, March 24-28, P. 37.
  • Achio Sylvester, “Current situations confronting Polytechnics on preparing students for On-the-Job Training”, Conference Meeting on On-the-Job Training (OJT) for students, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Ghana. 2006, March-April, P. 15-18; 30-32.
  • Achio Sylvester (Dr.), Asirifi Gloria (Mrs.), Aryee Esther (Miss.), Twumasi Alexander, Tetteh, I., Ameko, E., “Improving quality and shelf-life of local Agro-products”, InduTex 2001 International Conference, Trade Fair, Accra, Exhibition of local agro-products and presentation of paper, 2001, Sept. 17-21, P. 3.
  • Ilyletdinov, A. N., Achio, S., Sadanov, A. K., “Germination capacity of the rice seed depending on the oxygen regime in flooded fields”, Conference on Works of the High Scientific Research Institute (HSRI), Agricultural Microbiology. St. Petersburg. USSR. T.62. 1992, January 29-30.
  • Ilyletdinov, A. N., Achio S., “Diseases of the rice seed, caused by toxic-producing fungi and other micro-flora”, International Symposium, Nitrogen-containing Mycotoxins, Pushino-Moscow, 1991, July 11-17.
  • Sadanov, A. K., Achio S., “Ways of increasing the germination capacity of the rice seed and yield”, Scientific Conference: KazSIISKI, Alma Ata, 1991, October 2.
  • Achio, S., Amonotey, B., Ameko, E., Alhassan, S., Dekutse, E., (2011), Antimicrobial Effects of extracts of three herbs (Hibiscus sabdariffa, Ocimum viride, Alternanthera pugens) on some selected microbes. Accra Polytechnic Research Conference, February, 15-16 2011.
  • Atta-Mensah, B., Achio, S., Turkson, E. R., Asirifi-Honny, G., (2011), The standard level of cafeteria service operations in Accra Polytechnic, Accra Polytechnic Research Conference, February, 15-16 2011.
  • Ameko, E., Achio, S., Tawiah K. F., Alhassan, S., (2011), Plastination of biological specimen (cow heart and kidney, goat brain, lungs and liver), Accra Polytechnic Research Conference, February, 15-16 2011.
  • Ameko, E., Achio, S., Kassim A., Alhassan, S., (2011), Preliminary study on the wholesomeness of raw mixed vegetable salad sold as an accompaniment to cooked rice by street vendors in Kokomlemle, Accra, Ghana, Accra Polytechnic Research Conference, February, 15-16 2011.
  • Ameko, E., Achio, S., Kassim A., Alhassan, S., (2011), Microbial quality of raw mixed vegetable salad sold as an accompaniment to cooked rice by street vendors in Kokomlemle, Accra, Accra, Polytechnic Research Conference, February, 15-16 2011.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, Plastination in Ghana. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, A. Abrokwah and H. K. Mensah. Conversion of Sawdust into Liquid Smoke for the Heat Preservation of Fish. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, A. Abrokwah, and R. Dunyo. Design and Construction of a Portable Wooden Box Electric Dehydrator. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, A. Abrokwah, S. Kudadze, and S. Achio. Recycling of Waste Car Tyres into Liquid Fuel. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan, K. Abaidoo and S. Abayateye. Design, Construction and Use of a Foldable Tent Solar Dryer for Food Dehydration and Preservation. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, S. Alhassan and A. E. Mensah. Conversion of Waste Cattle Bones into Gelatin. Poster Presentation, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, A. Abrokwah and P. Awengantim. Dehydrated Spiced Meat Snacks (Beef). Exhibit, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, E. Milla-Amekor and S. Alhassan. Osmotically and Heat Dehydrated Pineapple Snacks. Exhibit, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, S. Achio, and S. Alhassan. Maltose Syrup Processed from Cassava Starch by the use of Crude Malt Enzyme Extracts from Various Cereals. Exhibit, Sept. 26 – 28, 2013, Accra Polytechnic.
  • Ameko, E., Achio S., (2010), “Capacity Building in the Department of Science Laboratory Technology, in Accra Polytechnic”, Accra, Ghana: Health Services Delivery in Ghana, NICHE Programme, (submitted).
  • Achio Sylvester, Kwakye Paul, (2006), “Refurbishing of Hall for Student’s Exhibition”, TALIF Programme), Amount involved – $6,646.44.
  • Achio Sylvester, Kwakye Paul, Agumey Proper, (2006), “Transportation improvement for Accra Polytechnic Liaison Activities”, TALIF Programme, Amount involved $140,250.00.
  • Achio Sylvester, Quayson, E., “Developing the Strategic Plan of Accra Polytechnic”, (TALIF Programme), (2005), Published and an amount $12,000.00 awarded.
  • Adotey, G., Brown, A., Minamor, A., Achio, S., & Co., “Instrumentation and Laboratory improvement for Science Laboratories”, TALIF Programme, (2005), Published and an amount of $187,000 awarded.
  • Ameko Edmond, Achio Sylvester, (2005), “Refurbishing, Renovation and Equipping Accra Polytechnic Clinic” (TALIF Programme), Amount involved $200,000.
  • Achio Sylvester, Kwakye, P., Adjah, M., Twenefor, C., “Improving the industrial liaisons activities for Accra Polytechnic”, TALIF Programme, (2004), Published and awarded an amount of $ 8,031.25.

Achio Sylvester, Abormegah H.E.K., “Institutional Strengthening of Post Secondary Education and Training Capacity (NPT), for the Department of Fashion Design and Textile in Accra Polytechnic”, NUFFIC, a Netherlands’ Programme, (2003), Published and an amount of €650,000 awarded.

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