BRIEF EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
1993 : Bachelors Degree in Agriculture
1996 : MSc. in Animal Science; University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Currently enrolled for PhD studies in Animal Production; University of Buea,
RESEARCH INTEREST AREA:
Animal Nutrition, Non-Conventional Livestock &Fishes and Integrated Agriculture for Development
MASTER DISSERTATIONS SUPERVISED : None
PhD THESES SUPERVISED: None
1. Chah, J.M.,Ewane, D. and Fon D. D. (2013) HIV/AIDS predisposing socio-cultural practices among plantation workers in the Southwest Region of Cameroon. Biosciences Proceedings, 2013, Vol. 19: 127 ‐ 130
2. Chah, J.M., Ewane, D., Agwu, A.E., and Igbokwe, E.M.,(2013). Influence of Personal Characteristics on the Knowledge and Attitude of Pamol Plantation Workers towards HIV/AIDS in the Southwest Region of Cameroon. International Journal of Psychology and Counseling Vol. 5(2), pp. 23 – 32, ww.academicjournals.org/IJPC
Divine Ewane is an Instructor of Agriculture and Animal Science. He is involved in academic research and teaching in the university system and is a pragmatic and people – centred conservation and development practitioner with 20 years of professional experience in sustainable development and biodiversity conservation. He has pioneered projects in intensive wild animal domestication in Cameroon, Gabon and Congo. He also pioneered non-government agricultural and livestock extension services in Cameroon and Nigeria. He has published policy papers, extension booklets and newspaper paper articles in various subjects in agriculture and sustainable development.
His current research explores opportunities for local detoxification of Jatropha curcas seed cake in rural Cameroon as feed ingredient for monogastric animals, within a strategy to mitigate climate change by enhancing income and energy security for local people in Cameroon and beyond. He is the gender and M&E focal point for the Cameroon team implementing the university-community focused CORAF/WECARD projects on integrated aquaculture with rice, poultry and pigs by the University of Buea, Cameroon, University of Ibadan Nigeria, and Njala University Siera Leone.
Since 2010, he has lectured and is a consultant with Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB) where he advices on student entrepreneurship, research and innovation. He has done short courses in Japan, Israel, The Netherlands, Malaysia, Indonesia, Gabon and Ivory Coast. He speaks English and French.