Daniel Opoku-Mensah (FPMP)
Director, Special Project
Daniel Opoku-Mensah (FPMP) is a Development Planner, Agriculturist and a Banker with 30 years’ experience as development planner. His role at ADB included coordinating the Bank’s Nucleus Outgrower Scheme that looked at financial intervention for small and medium scale farmers linked to large commercial farm operators, retail banking, and finally with the Business Support and Corporate Recoveries Unit working with distressed customers to create a turnaround by investigating the projections and assumptions surrounding management, financial, marketing and production decisions in the fields of Agriculture, Commerce, Services, Construction and Manufacturing.
Earlier in his career, he had coordinated the Technology Dissemination and productivity drive with SASAKAWA GLOBAL 2000 at the Ministry of Food and Agriculture as the National Coordinator. He also served on the Ghanaian-German Agricultural Extension Project as the Regional Planning and Monitoring Officer. He was also a Member of the Credit Task Force for the Millennium Challenge Account – Ghana (MCA) that worked on compact analysis and report preparation. Daniel was recently elected as the Strategic and Special Project Director for Institute of Project Management Practitioners (IPMP) – Ghana