Some of the invited Dignitaries at the 6th BPI Annual Public Lectures
The Executive Director of BPI, Dr. Haruna Zagoon-Sayeed giving a short welcome remarks. Seated on the high table are (From left: Prof Imoro Braimah, KNUST; Mr David Kombat, Deputy Government Statistician; Naa Alhassan Andani, BPI Board Chair; Prof Ellen-Bortei Doku Aryeetey, University of Ghana; Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, Executive Director of the National Population Council and Mr. Faisal Bawa, Assistant Representative, UNFPA)
Participants at the 6th BPI Annual Lectures.
A cross-section of the participants at the lectures. (Seated in front from left is, Mr. Salem Kalmoni, the President of BPI, Mr. Anis Haffar the Director of GATE Institute and Dr. Stephen Afranie, a Senior research fellow, Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana.
Prof. Ellen Bortei-Doku Aryeetey, Former Director, Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana delivering a lecture on the topic “National Population Census: Implications and Dynamics for Effective Social Policy Interventions”
The Executive Director of the National Population Council, Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, giving a short remarks at the lectures.
A cross-section of the audience at the 6th BPI Annual Lectures
The Assistant Representative of UNFPA in Accra, Mr. Faisal Bawa giving a short remarks
The Deputy Government Statistician, Mr. David Yenukwa Kombat giving his address.
Prof. Imoro Braimah, Provost, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) delivering a lecture on the topic “Ensuring Accurate and Reliable National Population Census-The Community Responsibility”.
The Board Chair of BPI and Chairman for the event, Naa Alhassan Andani delivering his Opening Remarks
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