Chijioke J. Evoh

Qualifications: Ph.D in Public & Urban Policy
Affiliation: Economic & Urban Policy Analysts (ECONUPA)
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Chijioke J. Evoh has many years of progressive professional experience in policy research, urban governance and sustainability. His research and consulting practices connect various complementary issues in urban livelihood and resilience, inclusive economic growth, extractive industries, and educational development in the sub-Saharan Africa and other emerging economies. He has an advanced expertise in community social protection and poverty reduction. Chijioke is an independent researcher and consultant to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Labour Office (ILO). He is a fellow at the Economic and Urban Policy Analysts (ECONUPA) in New York among others. He provides analytical and practical expertise to governments and development agencies across the policy cycle. Chijioke holds three masters degrees in International Development (Brigham Young University), International Relations (Obafemi Awolowo University), and Education (City College, City University of New York). He obtained his Ph.D in Public and Urban Policy from the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at the New School University, New York.

Current research

Emergency Agriculture in Post-Ebola societies: Reaching Long-Term Food Security Goals in Liberia

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