Daniel Chachu

is a Development Economist and a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist with several years of experience in research, training and advocacy. In 2004, he received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Ghana and later obtained a Master of Arts in Policy Economics from the Centre for Development Economics (CDE), Williams College, USA in 2011. Dr. Chachu has worked with national and international organizations where he has led as well as supported development research and the design and roll-out of M&E strategies. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy Degree under a collaborative doctoral programme in Development Economics hosted at the Department of Economics of the University of Ghana with support from the United Nations University’s World Institute for Development Economics Research. He consults for various national and international organizations. Dr. Chachu delights in youth mentorship. His favorite pastime activities are playing the bass guitar and swimming. God has blessed him with a wonderful wife and three special daughters.