Mrs. Charlotte Remteng Gwana Fomum

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Mrs. Charlotte Remteng Gwana Fomum

Cameroon

Charlotte is an environmental professional with expertise in the areas of climate change, energy planning and modeling, natural resources and environmental management, gender and development, sustainable development. She is a holder of a Master’s Degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management. Currently consulting for International Organizations. Successfully completed the exclusive fellowship programme of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa under its African Climate Policy Centre (ACPC) delivering substantial outputs on climate resilience, energy systems planning and modeling, integrated approaches to implementation of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) to climate action under the framework of the Paris Agreement, gender dimensions of climate change mitigation and adaption actions, among others.  Before working with ACPC, she worked with the Capacity Building Division of Community Driven Development Programme of Cameroon. Prior to this assignment, she successfully carried a consultancy with the Ministry of Agriculture, Cameroon where she trained seed inspectors on the use of Global Positioning System (GPS), and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She was also field work support staff and researcher at Watershed Task Group and Partners (WTG & Partners) where she was greatly involved writing project proposals that resulted in over USD 50,000 of funding from by UN agencies, implementation and coordination of projects, as well as contributing to other work streams.

Charlotte is motivated and keen to apply her extensive skills and expertise to provide added value concrete solutions for development in Africa, thus contributing to the economic development of the continent and enhanced quality of life for its populations as set out in the global 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the greater African development objective enshrined in the African Union’s Agenda 2063.

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