University of Cape Coast

Eugene K.M. Darteh is a Professor of Social Determinants of Sexual and Reproductive Health at the Department of Population and Health, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. He had his Bachelor's degree in Population and Family Life Education and a Master of Philosophy Degree in Population Geography in 1999 and 2004 respectively from the University of Cape Coast.

He completed his PhD in Population and Health at the University of Cape Coast in 2014. He specialised in the Sexual and reproductive health of adolescents in urban poor settings.

He has been a faculty at the University of Cape Coast since March 2007. Before joining the University of Cape Coast, he was a research traineeship fellow at the African Population and Health Research Centre in Nairobi, Kenya

Prof. Darteh's research focuses on Social determinants of Sexual and Reproductive Health; Social and Behavioural Change Communication; Population and Development and emerging population issues such as gender-based violence, urban slum, HIV/AIDS, adolescents and transitions.