Eyoh Ukume F.



Eyoh is a young development professional, passionate about contributing to the fight against poverty and the achievement of the SDGs. I am results focused, team-spirited and able to work in multicultural environment. My areas of research include the evaluation of social protection systems in Africa, these involves assessments on the readiness of existing social protection systems in ensuring sustainable graduation from poverty, climate change adaptation, effective disaster risk management and reducing vulnerability among the poorest proportion of the population . I also research on democratisation in Africa, accountability, local governance, poverty, inequality, and human development in Africa. I have close to 3 years working experience in development practice where I worked in the domains of projects monitoring and evaluation, good governance and democracy promotion, sustainable community forestry management, social protection and women empowerment. I am currently studying an Advance Master's in Development Evaluation and Management at the Institute of Development Policy, University of Antwerp, Belgium. I hold a MSc. in Governance and Regional Integration (Great Distinction) from the Pan-African University Institute of Governance, Social Science and Humanities (PAUGHSS), Yaounde, Cameroon and a BSc. in Sociology and Anthropology (1st Class Honours) with Minor in Political sciences from the University of Buea, Cameroon.


  • anti-poverty / social justice
  • development
  • africa
  • biodiversity
  • climate change
  • cameroon
  • belgium
  • Sectors
  • Funders
  • Countries
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