Joyce B. Mbongo Épse Endeley

Professor of Agricultural Extension Education and Gender Studies, University of Buea

Joyce B. Mbongo Épse Endeley is a Professor of Agricultural Extension Education and Gender Studies in the Department of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Buea, Cameroon. Her research interests include gender and agricultural development, and engendering development policy, programmes and projects in diverse fields, as well as building capacity of development practitioners in the field of gender-responsive development.

She has served in top management positions at the University of Buea, as Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Director of Academic Affairs, Vice-Dean and Head of Department. She does consultancy assignments for GOs and NGOs at State and international level, supervises doctorate and master’s theses and dissertations, and is author and co-author of several publications, including books, for example 'The Social Impact of the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline: How Industrial Development Affects Gender Relations, Land Tenure, and Local Culture', published by The Edwin.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Agricultural Extension Education and Gender Studies, University of Buea