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Selorm Kugbega

Research Fellow

Selorm Kugbega

Selorm Kobla Kugbega is a Research Fellow at SEI Headquarters. He currently assists in delivering the Communication and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning strategies for the AgriFoSe2030 programme which focuses on translating science to policy and practice in agriculture.

Prior to joining SEI, Selorm worked as a social and economic policy analyst at the United Nations and as an independent evaluation consultant, helping NGOs in project cycle management. He has extensive experience working with multiple stakeholders, utilising participatory tools, contributing to funding proposals as well as teaching and supervising students.

Selorm holds a PhD in Human Geography from Lund University with a focus on state-led smallholder commercialisation processes and their implications for the attainment of structural economic change. He also earned a Master’s degree in International Development and Management from Lund University, a Master’s degree in Urban Development from the University of Birmingham and a Bachelor’s degree in Land Economics from KNUST, Ghana.

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