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Dr Daniel Fobi


Project Officer/ Lecturer, University of Leeds, United Kingdom



Dani is a lecturer in deaf education and inclusive education and a sign language interpreter, and a project officer for a British Academy Global Challenges Research Funded research on Early education for young deaf children and their caregivers in Ghana which is a collaboration between the University of Leeds, UK and the University of Education, Winneba. Dani is currently working to support scholarship in sub-Saharan African and building the academic capacity of researchers of the region by providing mentorship and developing research capacity.



  • Fobi, D., Quarshie, E. N. B., Fobi, J., Appau, O., Honu-Mensah, C. M., Acheampong, E. K., & Abu-Sadat, R. (2021). Bullying Victimisation Among Deaf Adolescents: A School-Based Self-Report Survey in Ghana, International Journal of Disability, Development and Education. DOI: 10.1080/1034912X.2021.1989670
  • Quarshie, E. N. B., Fobi, D., Acheampong, E. K., Honu-Mensah, C. M., Fobi, J., Appau, O., Andoh-Arthur, J., & Asante, K. O. (2021). Suicidal behaviours among deaf adolescents in Ghana: a cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health. fdab076,
  • Swanwick, R., Oppong, A. M., Offei, Y. N., Fobi, D., Appau, O., Fobi, J., & Mantey, F. (2020). The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on deaf people, children, and their families in Ghana. Journal of the British Academy, 8, 141–165. DOI


Early education for deaf children, inclusion for special needs individuals in various contexts, and sign language interpreting.
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