Stanley Kwasi Diamenu
Stanley Kwasi Diamenu
Immunization Officer in World Health Organization

Accra, Ghana


  1. Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation, African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), Kenya - 2013
  2. Certificate in Basics of Health Economics, E-learning Course, World Bank Institute  - 2012
  3. Certificate in Negotiation Skills, Ghana Institute. of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra - 2011
  4. Certificate – Writing Effectively for the World Health Organization (WHO Commonwealth of Learning, December - 2004
  5. Certificate in Strategic Management, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra - 2003
  6. Certificate, Gender, Health and Communicable Disease, School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK - 2000
  7. Certificate in Research Planning and Methods, Institute of Population Studies, University of Exeter, UK - 1993
  8. MA in Health Management Planning and Policy, Nuffield Institute for Health Studies, University of Leeds, UK - 1991-1992
  9. Diploma in Business Management and Administration, Cambridge Tutorial College, Jersey, UK - 1992
  10. Certificate in Epidemiology, Tufts University, Medford (Boston), USA - 1989
  11. Diploma in Statistics, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana, Legon - 1981-1984
  12. Trained Teachers’ Certificate ‘A’, St Mary’s Training College, Apowa, Ghana - 1974-1978




Research Interest


Professional Activities:

  1. WHO Ghana Office, Immunization Officer (National category)
    Main responsibility - Technical Advice on Childhood immunization – June 2001 to present
    Additional responsibility: Country Supervisor - WHO-CDC International STOP Team Programme
  2. Head, Operations Research Unit, Volta Regional Health Administration, 1994- May 2001
  3. Visiting Lecturer, Health Statistics (HND), Ho Polytechnic, 1997-2001.
  4. Regional Health Education and AIDS Control Programme Officer, Volta Regional Health  Administration, 1988-1993.
  5. Regional Biostatistics Officer, Volta Regional Health Administration, 1985-1987.
  6. Tutor, Tarkwa Experimental Junior Secondary School, 1978-1981.


Honors and Awards


  1. Why conduct effective vaccine management (EVM) assessment? International Journal of Vaccines and Immunization 2015 1(1); 104
  2. Introducing protection at Birth (Pab) Method of monitoring Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td) vaccination coverage of mothers in Ghana. International Journal of Vaccines and Immunization 2015 1(1); 102
  3. Decline in severe diarrhoea hospitalizations after the introduction of rotavirus vaccination in Ghana: a prevalence study. BMC Infectious Diseases, 2014, 14:431
  4. Evaluation of AFP surveillance indicators in polio-free, 2009-2013. BMC Public Health, 2014, 14:687
  5. Use of hub Cutters and Volume of sharp Waste and Occurrence of Needle-Stick Injuries during 2011 Mass Immunization Campaigns in Yellow Fever in Ghana: A Cohort Study. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (IJOEM); 2014; 5:9-17
  6. Training manual ‘Guidelines for Vaccine Wastage Monitoring Sentinel Project in Ghana’
  7. Documentation of best practices ‘Bringing Immunization Services closer to Communities; Reaching Every District (RED) experiences in Ghana’.– March 2005
  8. ‘Caring for the poor – evaluation of exemption practices with health facilities in the Volta region of Ghana’. Ghana Medical Journal. June 2001 Vol 35 No.2 pp. 60-65.
  9. ‘Guinea worm disease- A chance for successful eradication in the Volta Region, Ghana’. Soc. Sci. Med. Vol.47 No.3 pp. 405-410.
  10. ‘Water and dirt-matters of life and dirt’ World Health Forum, Vol. 18 No (3/4) pp. 266- 268.
  11. ‘Mistaken identity, WATSAN NEWS, A quarterly publication of the Volta CWSD (RWSS) project, Vol. 2(2), April-May 1996 pp. 6-7.
  12. Towards order and methods’. World Health Forum, Vo/ 13 No.4 pp.348-349
  13. Diarrhoea mortality, morbidity and treatment survey in Volta region, Ghana Public Health Bulletin, Vol. 1(1) 1989 pp. 10-12 Epidemiology Division, Ministry of Health, Accra







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