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Mr. Francis Asumadu is a well-balanced, hardworking and intelligent personality. He obtained Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Philosophy and Sociology from the University of Ghana, Legon from 1987 to 1990. He, also acquired Professional Certificate in Project Management (Blue Alliance Consult) in 2009. Additionally, the Executive Director holds two Master of Arts (MA) Degrees in Educational Leadership (2010-2012), University of Education, Winneba and Development Studies (2013) from the University of Cape Coast respectively. Mr. Asumadu’s ability to deliver at varied levels saw him elected thrice as Presiding Member for the Sekyere East District. When the Sekyere East District was split, Mr. Asumadu was again elected the first Presiding Member of the Sekyere Kumawu District. Mr. Francis Asumadu was appointed Regional Coordinatorof NFED, Ashanti Region from the 1st October, 2003 to October, 2009. He was later transferred to the National Headquarters of the Division in Accra, to support the Income Generation Activities (IGA) Unit now Occupational and Skills Development Unit. He was transferred again to the Ashanti Region in October, 2009 to monitor IGA programmes in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions. Hard working as he is Mr. Asumadu was reassigned to the Ashanti Regional Office to support the implementation of the National Functional Literacy Programme (NFLP) in the area of collaboration and monitoring. Upon the mandatory retirement of the Ashanti Regional Coordinator, Mr. Asumadu was appointed the substantive Regional Coordinator, effective 12th June, 2017. However, the divers background and enormous experience with the Non-Formal Education Division (NFED), now Complementary Education Agency (CEA), earned him the Executive Director of the Agency.







The Agecy is managed by an Executive Director and two (2) Executive Deputy Directors who head the Field Operations and Administration and Finance Sections. The two Deputies supervise a few Units which develop programmes and administer activities at the headquarters. Offices have been established and remained operational in all 16 Regions and 216 Districts managed by Co-ordinators.

Programme Officers and their Assistants lend support to Regional and District Co-ordinators to ensure effective implementation of learning, class management, skills development and post- literacy activities.



Change Learning, Transform Lives.


To provide leadership and promote improved, quality and equitable access for all learning outside the formal training and education using state of the art technology and committed staff.