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Written by Cornelia Amoah (PAO)   
Sunday, 27 June 2010 15:40

Mr. Patrick Osei AduHe has provided organizational process consultancies to District Assemblies, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), NGOs, micro finance institutions and rural banks as well as farmer-based-organizations in Ghana. Patrick’s competencies include the provision of business advisory and development services as well as enterprise support services to medium small and micro enterprises (MSMEs), microfinance institutions, and corporate bodies in the private and public sectors.   

Patrick is currently a Program Officer/Accountant at the National African Peer Review Mechanism Governing Council (NAPRM-GC). He is responsible for the funds management of the Good Governance Project on deepening civil society participation of the APRM under the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), the DANIDA support to civil society sensitization of the APRM, the UNDP, the African Development Bank (AfDB) support for the independent monitoring of the implementation of the APRM National Program of Action (NPoA) by civil society and the Hanns Seidel Foundation support to the implementation of the APRM NPoA. He is responsible for programme planning, implementation and financial reporting of the Government of Ghana funding of the APRM. 

Patrick was a Private Sector Development Advisor of the Netherlands Development Organization (SNVand provided process facilitation, training, advice, and network linkages to the development of market chains and agri-businesses in pineapple and oil palm.

As a Trainer, he has developed training manuals and facilitated training programmes for community based groups, Rural and Community Banks, Microfinance Institutions, District Assemblies and MDAs. His training experience covers subject areas as Corporate Governance & leadership, Group dynamics, Cooperatives development, Business Ethics, Financial Management and Enterprise Development.

Patrick was a District Statistician and an Inspector of Taxes of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in charge of tax revenue trend analysis, preparation of annual budgetary estimates and monitoring and evaluation of performance of tax revenue for management planning and decision making.

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