Over the last decade, Elvis has worked in the environmental sector in Ghana with experience in air quality and noise monitoring, air dispersion modelling and geographic information system analysis. Elvis also carried out consultancy work for a variety of clients, including USAID, WHO, Eni Ghana Limited and various players in the mining, and energy sector in West Africa.
Elvis has a PhD in Transport Geography from the University of Ghana, where he researched accessibility and equity to healthcare and education in Accra. He also has a master’s in environmental science from University of Hohenheim in Germany and a certified agronomist with a master’s in agriculture from University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Why Elvis works for Clean Air Fund?
Over the years, I have experienced at first hand the increasing levels of air pollution and the negative health impact it can have on the environment and human health in West Africa. My role at Clean Air Fund allows me to make a positive impact through engaging stakeholders for actions and initiatives that can reduce air pollution levels, protect human health and contribute to reducing predicted climate impacts.