Francis Dompae is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research where he coordinates the Ghana Socioeconomic Panel Study wave four and the Data Repository and Advocacy for Policy (DARAP) project. He is a member of the drafting team for Ghana's Data Quality Assurance Framework. He has built a set of skills in conducting surveys, data management and quality assurance. His research interests are agricultural livelihoods and productivity, technology adoption in different farming systems, food-nutrition security and their development outcomes and how they impact survival and functional needs at the individual, household, community, and national levels. He studied social work and development studies at the University of Ghana, where he obtained a PhD in Development Studies with a research focus on smallholder agricultural development and productivity. He previously worked as an agricultural development and extension agent in collaboration with development, research, and financial organizations. As Project Officer for the DARAP project, Francis is responsible for the day-to-day running of the project.