10 Regions of Ghana Capital Area(km2) Population(2010 census)
Ashanti Kumasi 24,889 4,780,380
Brong-Ahafo Sunyani 39,557 2,310,983
Greater Accra Accra 3,245 4,010,054
Central Cape Coast 9,826 2,376,021
Eastern Koforidua 19,323 2,633,154
Northern Tamale 70,384 2,479,461
Western Sekondi-Takoradi 23,921 2,376,021
Upper East Bolgatanga 8,842 1,046,545
Upper West Wa 18,476 702,110
Volta Ho 20,570 2,118,252

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Mrs Angela Otchi

Angela Otchi is head of Data Service at the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and is responsible for the release and documentation of data to clients and recently developed a Microdata Dissemination Policy for the GSS at the request of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) and PARIS21/OECD under the Accelerated Data Program.

Having worked with the GSS for the past 17 years she has gained diverse experience in the area of census advocacy and publicity management, statistical literacy programs, survey organization and management, data management, recruitment and training of field staff for surveys.

In 2010, she worked as a UNFPA census monitor and was also the project administrator for the 2012 baseline User Satisfaction Survey, the 2009 Ghana Time Use Survey and the 2008 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey.

In her previous role as Head of the Program Support and Evaluation from 2010 to 2013, she was a member of the team which successfully negotiated with the assigned World Bank team on financing arrangements for the implementation of the Ghana Statistics Development Plan (GSDP) as well as the reorganization of the GSS under the change management component of the GSDP and successfully provided support to at least three World Bank missions.

She was also responsible for the administration of donor support and funds from key development partners such as the World Bank, European Union, DFID, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and the African Development Bank (AfDB) during the period.

Angela is also a trained course facilitator in Public Relations and Statistics for Sub Saharan African and in October 2010, she working with three other trainers, successfully trained a combined class of about twenty media personnel, statisticians drawn from across sub-Saharan Africa at the invitation of Statistics South Africa and the German development partner GIZ.

She has also been a class guest at the Ensign College of Public Health, Kpong (Master in Public Health) and the Ashesi University College, Berekusu (Leadership class).

She holds an MBA in Management Information Systems from the Wisconsin International University in Ghana, a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Information Systems from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administrators and a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from the Central University College.

She is currently a Ford Foundation sponsored member of the Association for Research on Non-profit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) which is an association of scholars, practitioners and policy-makers who are interested in researching the non-profit, philanthropic and voluntary sector with the view to make the sector stronger. 

In December 2016, she worked as a data analyst for the Women’s Situation Room Ghana, an election observation group sponsored by the United Nations Development Program and which hosted eight high profile eminent women engaged in the resolution of election and post-election violence conflict resolution.

She is very passionate about creating educational opportunities for the younger generation especially the girl child and currently assisting two young ladies one at the tertiary level and the other at the secondary level with their education.

In her free time, Angela blogs on social issues and has also written a few articles for the web based news portal infoboxdaily.com as a featured columnist.


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