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About Emil Tchawe Hatcheu

Emil Tchawe Hatcheu Dr Hatcheu is founder and coordinator of JCAD International (Young Researcher associates for development) a Washington DC based organization of research for development .Before moved in Us Dr Hatcheu was associate professor and Director of the Laboratory of comparative research for Development ( LARCOD) in the Department of geography at the University of Dschang (Cameroon). His teaching and research interest focus on nonprofit management and involvement in development, civil society empowerment in Africa, urban governance, food security and sustainable development in Africa. Dr Hatcheu is author of Understand governance (2013) and urban sprawl in Africa (2013), Food trade and traders in Douala (Cameroon) (2006) He produced a scientific documentary The Belly of Douala. Dr Hatcheu is an active member of the Association for Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) since 2014. ROSCA, Assocition of Research on civil society in Africa He is now interested in the management of African nonprofits in the Washington Metropolitan area, the role of nonprofit and civil society organizations in delivering development process in Africa. Dr Hatcheu received his Ph.D. in geography and his Masters in sociology and anthropology from the University of Paris Pantheon Sorbonne in France. a Master in Public administration from Strayer University Washington DC. Follow he at Twitter at: @HatcheuE and visit
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