Ambitious and dynamic results-oriented development practitioner and capacity building professional with 9 years of progressive experience in the design, coordination, training needs assessments and facilitation of training programs.
Expertise in project development, coordination. Well presented with leadership and critical thinking potentials. Familiar with complexities of project coordination involving public, private and civil society institutions
AGBOR Frankline OJONG is a community development practitioner and a monitoring and evaluation professional whose career has spanned work for development programs across three key areas including conservation, development and capacity building of CSO and local communities.
Before joining PAID-WA, Ojong worked as a Collaborative Management Technician for the Mount Cameroon National Park, a program under the German Cameroon Corporation known as PSMNR. His role facilitated community participation in conservation and development through capacity building and project design and implementation. In addition, Ojong is the sustainable development consultant with consortium of NGO’s including FAHP, CED and live-build Cameroon. He served as Carleton College (USA) oversee sustainable development lecturer. He is highly motivated and currently pursuing a career in M&E.
As a social science researcher, I am prune towards objective reasoning and critical analysis of societal realities and phenomena. Generally, I am a self-motivated person and a firm believer in adding a little “extra” in everything I set my mind to do.
Results-oriented development practitioner and capacity building professional with 7 years of progressive experience in the design and coordination of projects, projects M&E, project evaluation and reporting.
Expertise in project development, coordination. Well presented with leadership and critical thinking potentials. Familiar with complexities CSO start-up and management, as well as project coordination for both public, private and civil society institutions.
Project management professional with 3 years’ experience in project planning, implementation and execution. Proven ability to support multiple projects with medium to high complexity. Consistent track record of on-time and on quality delivery
A versatile team player with tremendous experience in business and development oriented projects. Demonstrates excellent skills in field studies, community development projects, action research and youth entrepreneurship.
More than 5 years of professional experience. Facilitated the training for African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) under the “Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI)” in Cameroon, towards empowering women through education in Africa. Team leader for the qualitative research for the project “In search of common grounds” which aimed at conflict resolution between indigenous farmers and cattle grazer in the North West region of Cameroon, working in collaboration with Village Aid/MBOSCUDA. Team leader for the monitoring and evaluation contract for “Life Cycle Management Capability Maturity Model (LCM-CMM) Pilot Project for NEHSU Foods Processing Company”, a project in support of UNEP Programme of Work (PoW) 63-P2. A facilitator for a series of WWF consultancies for biodiversity conservation under the needs assessment and capacity building initiative for 70 community-based organizations and 25 civil society organizations in the Bakossi landscape of Cameroon. Field coordinator in the North and Far North region for ACCEN consultancy for climate change adaptation and food security by indigenous people in Central Africa. Researcher for construction of bio-sand filters, drilling of boreholes and installation of solar panels to provide and improve the quality of water for drinking in Bamenjou in collaboration with Engineers without boarders (EWB) from the University of Delaware, USA, under the patronage of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.