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Dr. (Mrs.) Mercy Asamoah
Name: Dr. (Mrs.) Mercy Asamoah
Position: Ag. Head, SSSU-Senior Research Scientist
Qualification: B.A. (Sociology with Philosophy), Mphil, (Soiciology) University of Ghana, PhD, (Sociology), University of Ghana, Legon

Research Interests:
  • Rural Sociology, Women's Empowerment, Microfinance, Capacity building, Gender, Children, Development & Labour Issues and Monitoring, Evaluation & Social Impact Assessments.
Membership of Association:
  • Ghana Science Association
Selected Publications:
  • Mercy Asamoah, F. Owusu-Ansah, V. Anchirinah, F. Aneani and D. Agyapong (2013). Insight into the Standard of living of Ghanaian Cocoa Farmers. Greener Journal Of Agriculture 3 (5), 363-370
  • Mercy Asamoah, Enoch Nsiah, F.M. Amoah, F. Owusu Ansah & F Aneani. Social implications of the Megakarya Selection Programme (MMSP). In: Proceedings: 17th International Cocoa Research Conference, Yaounde, Cameroon 15 -20 Oct., 2012
  • Mercy Asamoah, F.M Amoah & P.N.A. Zeal: 'Does the Ghanaian Cocoa Industry have a future in the next 30 years?' Perception of Aged cocoa farmers. In Proceedings: 16th International Cocoa Research Conference, 16 - 20 November, 2009, Bali-Indonesia, 1063 - 1068.
  • Mercy Asamoah, F.M Amoah & P.N.Z Nii Armah: 'Sustaining the Ghanaian cocoa industry: the Role of women and children' In proceedings: 16th International Cocoa Research Conference, 16 - 20 November, 2009, Bali-Indonesia, 1057 -1062
  • Mercy Asamoah (2006): Empowering women through self- help microcredit schemes: A model for women cocoa farmers in Ghana. In: Proceedings, 15th International Cocoa Research Conference, San Jose, Costa Rica, 2006. 1743 -1748.
  • F. Baah & Mercy Asamoah (2003): An insight into Gender issues in Cocoa Production in Ghana. In: Proceedings, 14th International Cocoa Research Conference, Accra, Ghana, 2003. 1201 -1206