Mahmud Mohammed-Nurudeen

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Kumasi, Ghana

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Mahmud Mohammed-Nurudeen

Mahmud Mohammed-Nurudeen is a Development Journalist, Food security analyst, climate tracker and Executive Director of Centre for Climate Change & Food Security (CCCFS).

He has worked with print, online and electronic (TV & Radio) media houses since 2008.  His love for agriculture, food security, environmental and climate change issues has exposed him to the international world – where he continues to meet experts.

His reporting interests are in food security, climate change, green economy, agriculture, environment and science - covering assignments in parts of Africa, including Africa Forest Forum on current needs, perspectives and gender specific training needs in Tanzania, fall armyworm symposium in Ghana, and other African conferences.

He also the executive director for Centre for Climate Change & Food Security (CCCFS) based in Ghana. CCCFS has three subsidiaries; Feeding Ghana (Fg), Food for Africa (FFA) and Aspiring Young African Farmers (AYAF.

Mohammed-Nurudeen studied General Agriculture Science at the Sunyani Technical University and Agricultural Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology.



It is story about young disabled children who are striving to acquire knowledge through formal education.



  • No single high profile murder in Ghana has been solved after going cold.

    Kumasi, Ghana Investigative Reporting April 30 @ 12:00am

    Series of murder and killing of high profile people, for more than two decades now, but none has been brought to its conclusive stage, especially after going cold. Ghanaians are becoming disillusioned, embittered, and doubtful about the work of security services and now taking charge of their... Read more

  • Quest for Broader Knowledge

    Kumasi, Ghana Training May 29 @ 12:00am

    Stories about the daily struggle of deprived rural children to access education can, sometimes, be mind-boggling. The fate of pupils of a local Islamic school in a community near Bawku in the Upper East Region of Ghana remains uncertain. This is because decades after it was set up, secular... Read more

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