Samuel Darko-Koomson has over 5 years of experience in multi-disciplinary research, including fieldwork in Agricultural Economics projects, and training of individuals in academia and business in data analysis. His volunteer group, ResearchENCLAVE, formed in 2014 along with 6 other researchers trained over 70 people within the first 2 years of establishment. Darko-Koomson is the Chief Executive Officer at Instak Agro. Since 2017, he has been the Training Coordinator at Africa Agribusiness Management Institute, a private organization based in Accra-Ghana, with a focus on training and capacity building of industry players in the agribusiness sector in Africa. Samuel has experience working on projects with International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) under CGIAR. He has been trained as a Competency Based Training Facilitator/Assessor under the GIZCAADP ATVET Project. His current research interests comprise agriculture and rural development.
Title : Revisiting the past: A case of indigenous vegetables in Africa