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Kevin Enongene Enongene

Senior Climate and Low Carbon Development Analyst

FOKABS

Kevin is a Senior Climate and Low Carbon Development Analyst and the Regional Director for Central Africa at FOKABS. He holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from Massey University, New Zealand with specialization in renewable energy, an MSc in Natural Resource Management from the University of Buea, Cameroon and is currently finalizing his third Master’s degree in Carbon Management at the University of Edinburgh, UK. He has several peer reviewed publications on climate change, natural resources and energy and has provided climate consulting services to governments and diverse clients including but not limited to the Green Climate Fund, ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE), United Nations (UNDP and UNICEF), Global Water Partnership, World Bank, GIZ and WWF.

FOKABS is a climate change and sustainability consulting firm with a mission to advance low-carbon and climate-resilient development solutions, investments and lifestyles. The company provides technical and policy support, capacity building as well as project development and management services across different domains including climate vulnerability and adaptation, renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean transportation, green cities and infrastructure, rural development, international climate negotiations, climate finance, green investments, climate-smart agriculture, and reducing emissions from deforestation (REDD+). While FOKABS has provided services in more than 40 countries globally, the majority of the company’s activities are in Africa. Some of its past and current clients are the World Bank, United Nations (UNDP, UNFF, UNECA, UNICEF, UNEP), Green Climate Fund, African Development Bank, EY, PwC, WWF, IUCN, African Forest Forum, Global Water Partnership, private sector organisations and many African governments.

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