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Dr. Esther Oduraa Ofei-Aboagye

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Local Address:  Ghana
Company Description: The Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) is a public management development institution established under an Act of Parliament, 647 of 2003. The Institute...   more

Employment History

  • Chairperson of the Executive Councils
    Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights
  • Chairperson of the Executive Councils
    Integrated Social Development Centre
  • Board Chairperson
    Ebenezer Senior High School
  • Individual Member
    WIEGO Ltd
  • STAR-Ghana

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • University of Cape Coast
  • Master of Arts , Public Administration
    Carleton University
  • B.A , Social Sciences
    Carleton University
  • Diploma , Education
    Carleton University
  • doctoral degree
    University of Birmingham
55 Total References
Web References
WIEGO Individual Members | WIEGO, 27 May 2015 [cached]
Esther Ofei-Aboagye Institute of Local Government Studies
Alliance Against Irregular Migration-Ghana, 16 Mar 2015 [cached]
Dr. Esther Oduraa Ofei-Aboagye
Dr. Esther Oduraa Ofei-Aboagye is the Director of the Institute of Local Government Studies in Ghana. She attended the University of Cape Coast in Ghana and Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada where she obtained a B.A in Social Sciences, Diploma in Education and a Master of Arts in Public Administration respectively.
She has doctoral degree at the University of Birmingham, International Development Department, School of Public Policy in the United Kingdom. Recent publications have been in local governance and poverty reduction, public policy and natural resources management and gender mainstreaming. Her current research interests are in roles of elites in local level development, accountability mechanisms in local governance and institutional partnerships in development management.
Esther Ofei-Aboagye has extensive consulting experience in training, research and policy/programme formulation in the following areas:
STAR-Ghana, 9 Feb 2015 [cached]
Dr. Esther Ofei-Aboagye Dr. Esther Ofei-Aboagye is the Director of the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS). Prior to joining ILGS in 1999, She was a Senior Lecturer in Public Administration at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. Esther holds a PhD (Public Policy) from University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (2006); an M.A. (Public Administration) from Carleton University, Canada (1989); B.A. Hons.
Esther is the chairperson of the Executive Councils of the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC) and the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR). She is the Board Chairperson of the Ebenezer Senior High School. She also serves on the University of Ghana Council; Ghana Tourism Authority Board and the Local Government Service Council.
Dr Esther Oduraa ..., 20 Jan 2015 [cached]
Dr Esther Oduraa Ofei-Aboagye, ILGS Director said the objectives of the institute as indicated Act 647 are to organised the training of members of staff and personnel in local government and related entities, and any other interested person or body, local or foreign, in order to enhance the managerial, administrative, financial and operational efficiency of organs and units of local government. She said tertiary institutions of repute are strengthening their research capacities and investing considerable resources in analysis and providing evidence-based knowledge to support national policy making, implementation and monitoring.
Dr Ofei-Aboagye noted that this is the environment in which the institute finds itself and aspires to excel in and its mandate demands that the content of its programmes remains relevant to the raison d'etre of decentralisation in Ghana that is, promoting effective participation of all stakeholders in national and local governance.
Nana Dr Okatakyie Amenfi VIII, Paramount Chief of Asebu Amenfi said local government system in Ghana has a long history that could be traced to the colonial period in 1878 He said Ghana from 1957 onwards, moved towards what became known as "centralization of power".
News, 19 Oct 2013 [cached]
It's an all hands on deck situation for the benefit of the Ghanaian child," said Dr Esther Ofei-Aboagye, chair of the event's open session and Director of the Institute of Local Government Studies.
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