Kofi Debrah is a community building entrepreneur, he has over 20 years experience managing, creating and leading high impact businesses and social mobilisation campaigns. He is passionate about creating and implementing business systems that raise the incomes of tropical rural farming households, whilst regenerating biodiversity. Kofi has worked with a number of leading institutions including USAID, FAO, UNDP, United Nations Information Centre, the Forestry Commission of Ghana, World Bank Climate Innovation Centre (Ghana), and the Global Landscapes Forum. In 2010 Kofi founded the Asa Baako Festival to help boost tourism to Ghana. In 2016 Kofi founded OKO Forests, a company that works with farmers creating economic and regenerative agroforestry systems.