CO-FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMES
Richard Kweitsu is a Ghanaian youth activist and good governance enthusiast. He holds an MSc in International Development with a specialized pathway in Governance and State building from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. Richard has over five years of experience in leading community advocacy and empowering young children to pursue higher education in rural areas in Ghana. Richard has recently worked with the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC) at the University of Birmingham and at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation where he was part of the research team that produced the foundation’s 2018 forum report on Public Service Delivery in Africa. Richard is a Mo Ibrahim Foundation Scholar.