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Between April and May, the IMANI team will be very busy.  Ms Maud Martei, Assistant Research Director, IMANI (Ghana) is in Washington DC as a representative of IMANI in the Atlas Network’s Leveraging Indices for Free Enterprise Policy Reform project. IMANI has been selected as one of the 15 groups to take part in the Atlas Leveraging Indices for Free Enterprise (LIFE) Policy Reform project. The group was selected from a pool of 71 global applications. IMANI will receive $100,000 over three years. It is expected that through IMANI’s role in civil society and work with both media and policymakers it will have great success in pushing for reforms in the indicators and categories you selected. IMANI has been a partner to Atlas for the past eleven years.

Ms Martei will present a business plan for the grant and will be coached by world class leaders in executive management and think tank entrepreneurship. The IMANI winning application was worked on by Ms Maud Martei, Mr. Isidore Kpotufe, IMANI’s director of Francophone project and Associate director of communications, Emmanuel Buadi Mensah, IMANI’s research assistant and Patrick Stephenson IMANI’s research director.

[dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”lifted-both” width=”600px” height=”” background_color=”#dce5e6″ border_width=”1″ border_color=”#dddddd” ]About Maud Martei: Ms Maud Martei presently serves as the Deputy Research Director at IMANI Center for Policy and Education. IMANI is a Ghanaian think tank ranked Number 2 in sub-Saharan Africa by the 2014 UPenn Think Tank Index Report. She manages projects and conducts research on various issues which have systemic socio-economic implications. One of her more significant research publication influenced dialogues that resulted in ratification of the European Partnership [Trade] Agreement between Ghana and the European Union. Prior to joining IMANI, Maud worked as a scientist with Merck and Co., Inc., a fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. She earned her BA from Smith College, MA, USA.[/dropshadowbox]

Next Month IMANI’s Research Director Patrick Stephenson will represent IMANI in Denmark for three week training in economic policy management on donor relations. Mr. Selorm Branttie, IMANI’s Communications and Telecoms Policy Fellow just returned from Ethiopia after representing IMANI in the second African Think Tank Conference.


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