Davina Osei is a member of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Institute’s (OPHI, University of Oxford) research and outreach team and currently completing her PhD in Development Economics and Governance at UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, the Netherlands.
She holds a Masters in Applied Economics from the University of Strathclyde, UK. Davinahas consulted for several international development organisations including UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, African Development Bank, UNDP Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF/SGP) and GIZ on environmental, sustainable livelihoods, agricultural and human development projects. Her expertise is in development economics with a focus on institutions, environment and well-being.
Trivayi N. and Osei D. (2016) Social Protection for Forest Dependent Communities (Indicators for assessing forestry programmes, social protection programmes and forests). Report submitted to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (Policy Report)
Frimpong- Boamah E., Osei D. and Yeboah T (2017) Beyond Patriotic Discourse in Financing SDGs: “Investment-linked” Diaspora Revenue Bonds Model for SSA, Development in Practice(Journal Paper)