Kofi Adu Domfeh
Editor and Writer in Kumasi, Ghana
Domfeh is a Ghanaian Journalist, Media Trainer and Social Entrepreneur.
He is currently the News Bureau Chief (Northern Sector) of TV3 Network Limited and the Ghana Bureau Chief of ClimateReporters.com.
He previously worked with The Multimedia Group as an Assisting News Editor and Head of the Business Desk at Luv 99.5. He has also been a correspondent for UK-based WRENmedia (managers of Agfax Radio and New Agriculturist Magazine) and written for other international online media portals.
His journalism span reports from parts of the world, especially Africa, with keen interest in science, environment (climate change) and agriculture.
Domfeh is a two-time Winner of the African Climate Change and Environmental Reporting (ACCER) Awards.
He is the 2015 Winner of APO Energy Media Awards. He also emerged the Overall Winner of the 2015 IFEJ-Flamingo Business and Financial Journalism Awards in Ghana.
He is a 2012 Fellow of Africa Means Business (AMB) and a Mentor/Facilitator under the John Templeton Foundation’s Biosciences for Farming in Africa (B4FA) Fellowship.
Domfeh has provided media/communication services to several local and international institutions including the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), AU's Nepad Agency and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).
The exciting height of his journalism career was being in the TwentyTen Dream Team of African Journalists to the football World Cup in South Africa, to report on Sports and Society.
Domfeh's passion is to contribute to development reportage in Africa.