MSc. Dissertation Topics

Environmental Exposure to E-waste associated contaminants in three major cities in Cameroon

Tenonfo Ngouefack Sophie Rella, Cameroon


Heavy metal contamination of water sources, soil and plants around informal used lead-acid battery recycling centres in Ibadan South-West L.G.A

Olusegun Olumuyiwa, Nigeria



Biofiltration of kitchen waste water using Cocos nucifera husk fibre

Christian Obong Ekpong, Nigeria



Environmental Health Effects of Mixtures of Contaminants in E-Wastes in the City of Douala, Littoral Region, Cameroon

Nfor Brian, Cameroon



Liver and Immune Function among E-waste Recycling Workers at the Agbogbloshie E-Waste Processing Site in Accra

Kwame Yeboah, Ghana



Respiratory Symptoms and Dermatological Conditions in Municipal Solid Waste Workers in Tema: The Case of Zoomlion Ghana Limited

Lenusia Ahlijah, Ghana



An assessment of the levels of environmental pollution due to mining activities in the Ankobra and Tano river basins

Gilbert Awuah, Ghana



Analysis of heavy metal concentrations in smoked fish from the major food markets in the Accra-Tema Metropolis

Ofeibea Abboah-Offei, Ghana



Diurnal rhythms of urban air pollution due to vehicular traffic in Accra

Bright Sandow, Ghana



Levels of Heavy Metals in Cattle and Human Milk around an E-Waste Dumpsite, Agbogbloshie

Eunice Matilda Mends, Ghana



Pesticide residues in fish and environmental media from a major cocoa growing area in Ghana

Araba A. Aubin, Ghana



Heavy metal exposure via consumption of meat from major abattoirs in the Accra-Tema metropolis

Benessa Acquah, Ghana



Levels of heavy metals in leachates of mix-wastes obtained from major waste dumps in Accra

Maxwell O. Yeboah, Ghana



An assessment of occupational hazards associated with informal electronic waste processing at Agbogbloshie using an adapted German Standardized Survey Instrument (GSSI)

Sandra B. Takyi, Ghana



Respiratory health among Ga-Kenkey makers at Chorkor, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana

Yaw T. Barima, Ghana



Comparative Analysis Of Cardio-Respiratory Function Among E-waste Workers And Permanent Residents At Agbogbloshie, Accra

Francis Agyen Frimpong, Ghana



Cardio-Respiratory Functions Among Female Food Vendors At Agbogbloshie. A Comparative Analysis With Electronic Waste Workers

Kafui Kesewah Aboagye, Ghana



Cardio-Respiratory Health Among Bankers And Mobile Food Vendors At Agbogbloshie

Emmanuel Amponsah, Ghana



Characterization of Electronic Waste At Agbogbloshie Dumpsite – A Waste Stream Analysis

Princess Harriet Agbavitor , Ghana



Cardiorespiratory function among formal workers at Agbogbloshie

Sybil Owusu-Sekyere, Ghana



Pesticide exposure in individuals from a cocoa growing community – New Edubiase

Justice Dogbey, Ghana



Real time description of work activity of e-waste workers by time-lapse photography and relation with exposure to particulate matter at Agbogbloshie: An E-waste recycling yard

Emmanuel Acquah Baiden, Ghana



Analysis of concentration of heavy metals in birds, worms and soil around an e-waste recycling site at Agbogbloshie

Eric Manu, Ghana



Study of adverse health effects of exposure to smoke created during burning of e-waste at agbogbloshie in Ghana:Case study of pregnant women and their neonates

Comfort Mawuse Kugblenu, Ghana



Factors for Chronic Respiratory and Kidney Diseases Among a Cohort of E-Waste Workers at Agbogbloshie, Accra

Carl Osei, Ghana



Evidence of Association between Arsenic Exposure and Buruli Ulcer (BU) in the Gold-mining communities of Amansie West District

Jones Ofori-Amoah, Ghana



Environmental Health Effects of Mixtures of Contaminants in E-Wastes in the City of Douala, Littoral Region, Cameroon

Nfor Brian, Cameroon


Household Biomass Fuel Use and Respiratory Health in Children at Madina Zongo, Accra

Francisca Akorfa Adika-Bensah


Respiratory Health Among School Children around an ELectronic Waste Site (Agbogbloshie) and a Control Site (Madina Zongo Junction). 

Gifty Okotah Enyonam



Prevalence of hearing loss and its associated occupational risk factors among Tema oil refinery workers. 

Emmanuel K. Nsowah



A study of short-lived Climate Pollutants Associated with Solid Waste Management Activities in Accra. 

Nartey Akua Betty