Daniel Faabelangne Banuoku is a Development Consultant with over 15 years of experience in community and organizational development. His work focuses on Climate Change, Environment, Food Security and Agroecology as well as Endogenous Organizational Development. Currently, he is the Deputy Executive Director of the Center For Indigenous Knowledge And Organizational Development (CIKOD), leading a team of 12 staff to implement grants and projects and is directly in charge of overseeing multiple projects simultaneously among other key roles.
He has worked extensively with communities in and out of Ghana, particularly in the upper west region to address the impact of climate change focused on sustainable agriculture technology and policy advocacy using the endogenous development approach. His works have contributed to the restoration of degraded landscapes and farmlands for communities in the upper west region.