Mr. Nutifafa Dey


Nutifafa is a graduate assistant who tutors undergrads and carries out research tasks including data collection and analysis at the University of Ghana. He also coordinates activities of young mental health advocates at Psych Corps Ghana and is a Clinical Psychologist. He has previously supported children with special needs at Multikids Inclusive Academy. He joined the EMDIYA network as one of Ghana’s Early-Career Researchers.
Nutifafa has strong quantitative and some qualitative research skills. He applies these skills to investigating his varied research interests. His current research area broadly examines the resilience and well-being of children rescued from trafficking and child labor in Ghana.
Nutifafa holds both a Masters in Clinical Psychology and a Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Ghana. He studied the subjective well-being (SWB) of parents of children with special needs in his master’s thesis. His particular interest was in examining how protective factors like social support and spirituality enhanced the SWB of these parents.