Rev. Isaac Adza Tettey

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Rev. Isaac Adza Tettey

Managing Director

Rev. Isaac Adza Tettey is a Chief Economic Development Planning Officer at the Volta Regional Coordinating Council (VRCC), with vast experience in the area of Development Planning, having worked in the Local Government Service for the past 27 years.

He holds MA in Urban Management from the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, and post-graduate training for Capacity Building for Decentralization in Ghana, from the Maastricht School of Management (MSM) and Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

He also holds BA (Hons.) in Economics and Sociology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, (KNUST), Kumasi.

Rev. Adza Tettey is an expert in Decentralization and Local Governance and very familiar with Decentralized Planning Systems. Over the years, he worked as a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) champion and has facilitated mainstreaming SDGs in development plans as well as budgets in Ghana. He has also participated as a panelist in localizing SDGs at the Africities Conference held in Morocco.

His major responsibilities as Regional Economic Planning Officer include the following:

  • Collection and collating data on development programmes and projects.
  • Facilitate the identification of social problems and strategies to address them.
  • Facilitate Local Economic Development (LED) activities at the Municipal, District and Regional levels.
  • Initiate and coordinate the process of planning, programming, budgeting and implementation of Municipal and District Development Plans.
  • Monitoring and evaluating Development Policies and Projects

He has excellent leadership, interpersonal and communication skills. As a team player, he works well with all manner of people. He is result-oriented, hard-working and very resourceful person which is seen in the achievements of the Volta Regional Co-ordinating Council and the performance of tasks.