Kodjo Barnor

Kodjo is the project manager at Farrelly & Mitchell Sub-Saharan Africa office and has over eight years of experience in management consultancy, project management, research, agribusiness, and food industry.

He has worked and consulted in several sectors including health, manufacturing, services, large scale corporate farming enterprises, agribusiness operations and trading, milling, meat processing, poultry, and consumer foods sectors.

Kodjo has successfully led and played key roles in numerous market research, business diagnostics, feasibility, due diligence, business assessments and development projects in Africa for international development organisations, food, and agribusiness clients.

These projects cut across sectors such as health, manufacturing services, artisanal mining, food value chain from agri-inputs, large scale farming and primary production.

Prior to Farrelly & Mitchell, he held roles within academic and consultancy firms such as the University of Ghana, Innohub Limited, Inen Limited and Jaarnor Food Distribution, where he played key roles in enterprise development, research, and project management.

Kodjo is highly proficient in coordinating, liaising and executing partnership projects/programmes with multilateral donors, due diligence and strategic development.

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Sustainability & ESG

2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

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Sustainability & ESG

A dilemma for ESG investors: Balancing local food autonomy and global supply chain advantages

Food production has a wide range of impacts which are difficult to measure, making it unclear whether individual investment in food meet ESG criteria.

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Kodjo Barnor

Kodjo is the project manager at Farrelly & Mitchell Sub-Saharan Africa office and has over eight years of experience in management consultancy, project management, research, agribusiness, and food industry.

He has worked and consulted in several sectors including health, manufacturing, services, large scale corporate farming enterprises, agribusiness operations and trading, milling, meat processing, poultry, and consumer foods sectors.

Kodjo has successfully led and played key roles in numerous market research, business diagnostics, feasibility, due diligence, business assessments and development projects in Africa for international development organisations, food, and agribusiness clients.

These projects cut across sectors such as health, manufacturing services, artisanal mining, food value chain from agri-inputs, large scale farming and primary production.

Prior to Farrelly & Mitchell, he held roles within academic and consultancy firms such as the University of Ghana, Innohub Limited, Inen Limited and Jaarnor Food Distribution, where he played key roles in enterprise development, research, and project management.

Kodjo is highly proficient in coordinating, liaising and executing partnership projects/programmes with multilateral donors, due diligence and strategic development.

We help food and agriculture businesses to sustainably grow

Connect with us

Featured publications

Sustainability & ESG

2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

Blog

Sustainability & ESG

A dilemma for ESG investors: Balancing local food autonomy and global supply chain advantages

Food production has a wide range of impacts which are difficult to measure, making it unclear whether individual investment in food meet ESG criteria.

Blog

Sustainability & ESG

A sustainable green revolution for Africa

Rather than copying India’s Green Revolution, African countries should learn from those mistakes, look to raise productivity levels without harming natural resources. 

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