Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA) Series

The Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA) is a platform for collecting, processing, preserving and archiving micro-data as well as providing skills for management and analysis of data. The aim is to achieve higher investment returns on existing surveys and censuses through the promotion of re-use of data, and increase the research productivity of faculty, students and policymakers in Ghana and beyond.

C-DAMAA is housed in the Department of Economics at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. C-DAMAA collaborates with a number of international data repositories to ensure adherence to best practices in the industry. One of such arrangements is the collaboration with the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan, United States of America.

Samuel Kobina Annim (Ph.D.), Senior Lecturer in Economics, is the Coordinator of C-DAMAA.

Contact Details:
Coordinator
Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA)
Department of Economics
Faculty of Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Legal Studies
University of Cape Coast
Cape Coast
Ghana, West Africa
Telephone: +233-3321-35560/61
Email: c-damaa@ucc.edu.gh
Website: http://cdamaa.ucc.edu.gh

Most Recent Studies

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Most Recent Publications

2014
Cederbaum, J.A.,  Gilreath, T.D.,  Barman-Adhikari, A. Perceived risk and condom use among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa: A latent class analysis. African Journal of Reproductive Health. 18, (4), 26-33.
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2014
Stephenson, R.,  Simon, C.,  Finneran, C. Community factors shaping early age at first sex among adolescents in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, and Uganda. Journal of Health Population and Nutrition. 32, (2), 161-175.
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2013
Chae, S. Timing of orphanhood, early sexual debut, and early marriage in four sub-Saharan African countries. Studies in Family Planning. 44, (2), 123-146.
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2013
Chae, Sophia Y. Essays on Family Structure and Marriage in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dissertation , University of Pennsylvania.
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2012
Annim, Samual K. Targeting the poor versus financial sustainability and external funding: Evidence of microfinance institutions in Ghana. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship. 17, (3), 1250016-1-1250016-19.
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2010
Annim, Samual K. Sensitivity of loan size to lending rates: Evidence from Ghana's microfinance sector. African Review of Money Finance and Banking. 34, 85-107.
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2010
Cofie, Nicholas Nii Sekoh . Predicting Youth Sexual Deviance: The Case of Risky Sexual Behaviour among Adolescents in Ghana. Thesis, Queen's University, ON.
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2010
Minnick, Dorlisa J. The Factors Influencing the Sexual Practices of Adolescents in Three African Nations. Dissertation , Catholic University of America.
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2009

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