Mubarik Iddrisu is a dedicated researcher at CCCFS (Center for Climate Change and Food Security) whose passion for agriculture, poultry nutrition, and addressing the challenges posed by climate change has fueled his academic and professional journey. Armed with a Master of Philosophy degree in Animal Science with a specialization in poultry nutrition from AAMUSTED-M, Mubarik possesses a solid foundation in the field and is equipped with strong analytical and research skills. His academic background has not only honed his expertise but also instilled in him the commitment to making a meaningful impact in the realms of agriculture and food security.
Mubarik’s work at CCCFS is marked by his unwavering dedication and relentless pursuit of knowledge. His research encompasses a wide range of critical topics, including poultry nutrition and the intricate interplay between climate change and food security. Mubarik’s self-motivation, proactiveness, industriousness, honesty, and reliability have made him an invaluable asset to the team. His contributions extend beyond research, as he also shares his knowledge and expertise as a teacher at Mangoase Senior High School in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Currently, he imparts his wisdom in Elective Biology and Integrated Science, further contributing to the education and empowerment of future generations.
Mubarik’s multifaceted role at CCCFS showcases his commitment to addressing pressing global issues. His work in poultry nutrition and climate change research reflects his determination to create sustainable solutions that can positively impact agriculture and food security, particularly in the context of a changing climate. With his impressive academic background and unwavering dedication, Mubarik Iddrisu continues to be an influential figure in the pursuit of a more sustainable and secure future for all.