Eyoh Ukume Fidelis is trained M&E and development management young professional with about 3 years work experience in development. I currently work as a Junior Evaluation Consultant at the AfDB HQ in Abidjan. Before joining the AfDB, I worked as an Evaluation Intern at the ILO Evaluation Office were I contributed to the evaluation of the Decent Work Country Programme of the SADC region and towards the development of a curricular outline for the ILO Evaluation Managers Certification Programme. Prior to the ILO, I worked for the GIZ in Algeria as a Project Support Trainee were I supported the implementation, monitoring and reporting of the Support to Pan African University Project. My 3 years development work experience have been varied sectors ranging from; child protection, social protection, women economic empowerment, community development and community forest management, democracy and human rights promotion and poverty reduction. I possess skills in project design, planning, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, field and desk research, community mobilisation and organising.
Regarding my experience in social protection, I have conducted academic research on social protection systems in Sub Saharan Africa where I assessed the extend to which social protection systems in Africa responded to increasing climate change shocks and natural hazard
Since September 2018, I am a holder of an Advanced Master degree in Development Evaluation and Management (Distinction) from the Institute of Development Policy, University of Antwerp, Belgium. I have another Master in Governance and Regional Integration (Great Distinction) from the Pan African University and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Anthropology (First Class) from the University of Buea, Cameroon.