Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo

Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo holds a joint International MSc in Rural Development, part of the European Erasmus Mundus program gathering the University of Ghent, Humboldt University of Berlin, Agrocampus Rennes, Slovak University of Agriculture and other institutes. Along to that, she graduated from the University of Dschang, Cameroon, as an"Ingenieur Agronome" in Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology in 2006. She has been lecturing at the department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology, University of Dschang, Cameroon, since 2008. Before that, she worked with the Agricultural Research Institute for Development, Yaounde, Cameroon, on a project about farmers' innovations in agriculture and setting of new relationships among researchers, farmers and civil society. She recently published the book 'Legal Pluralism, Community Forests and Illegal Timber in Cameroon: More than One Normative System determining actors' practices and arrangements along the illegal timber trade networks'.

She is currently a PhD student at the African Studies Centre under the research project: Land governance reform in Central Africa. She will work on Decentralized land governance and legal pluralism in Burundi.