Over the years, Ghana has enormously gained from these fellowships. Some of the awards are:


NAME TYPE OF FELLOWSHIP/AWARD YEAR REMARKS/FIELD OF STUDY
Mr. Solomon Ntim (GTV)
Ms. Ida Hama (GTV)
Mr. I. Addington (GTV)
Miss Elizabeth Coleman (TV3 Ltd.)
Mr. Solomon Ntim (GTV)
Mr. A. A. K. Ahiable (TV Africa)
IPDC/UNESCO/Republic of Korea Co-
sponsored Fellowship in Television
documentary production
1996
1999
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Mr. Enoch Dankyi (University of Ghana)
Mr. Stephen Dwumah-Ankoana (KNUST)
UNESCO Best Student Award for undergraduates 2007
Mr. Barnabas Teiko Billhall (KNUST)
Mr. Charles Sebil (KNUST)
UNESCO / Poland co-sponsored
Fellowship
2009 Further studies at AGH university of
Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
Mr. Issaka Fuiseini (Kwadaso Agric. College) UNESCO/ People’s Republic of China
(Great Wall) Co-sponsored Fellowship
2009 Advance course in Water Conservancy
and Civil Engineering of Agriculture at
South Agricultural University, Guangzhou,
China
Ms. Cynthia Laar (Ghana Atomic Energy Commission) UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi 2012 Environment at the University of Western
Cape, Department of Earth Sciences, South
Africa
Mr. Evans Asenso (KNUST) UNESCO/People’s Republic of China
(Great Wall) Co-sponsored Fellowship
2012 Agriculture Water and Soil Engineering at
the South Agricultural University,
Guangzhou, China
Ms. Anita Bimunka Tukunka Tingbani UNESCO-L’ORÉAL award 2012 Research topic “Agricultural
Commercialization, livelihood
improvements, food security and
Environmental sustainability in Northern
Ghana”. First time a Ghanaian won such an award
Ms. Rufina A. Atanga (Environmental Protection Agency – EPA)
Mr. Kwame Boakye Fredua (Environmental Protection Agency – EPA)
UNESCO/ISEDC Fellowship 2013 “Ecological Management of Energy

Resources” and “Energy and Sustainable
Development”
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