Patricia Eyamba

Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) in Indigenous Development

Patricia Eyamba Patricia Eyamba is experienced in promoting sustainable living through gender equality, developing and influencing environmental policy, networking, capacity building and integral leadership. Her work is founded on the deep values of respect, dignity and human rights.  She has a creative edge, which can be seen in the various professional and volunteer projects she has led and developed.  She used participatory learning and action research to deliver workshops to communities across Nigeria’s Cross River State on community-based environmental and forestry management.  In addition she has published research and articles on training needs assessments, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, and non-timber forest products. Her strengths include project design, monitoring and evaluation, HIV-AIDS and gender mainstreaming, policy advocacy, curriculum development and integral approaches to community development and leadership.

Patricia has a postgraduate diploma in project Management and an MBA from the federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), a Certificate in Community Development from Leeds University (NOCN), and a Professional Diploma in Environmental Education accredited by Bath University, London.