Eunice Tita Tata

President General | Nkumu Fed Fed

Cameroon


Eunice
Tita Tata is a gender and development strategist, currently heading the world-spread Nkumu Fed Fed NGO in which she previously graduated through various posts, pursuing the organization’s vision in the program areas of education, human rights, health, skills building, secure livelihood and the environment. A multi-talented enthusiast of varied fields, Eunice is a married educationist, a Regional Pedagogic Inspector of School Life, and a consultant with the British Council. Her schooling gently meanders from Yaoundé University and ENS Yaoundé to the University of Leeds (UK) and ESAMI in Arusha (Tanzania), besides brief courses and stopovers in Italy, Ghana, Nigeria and USA. Eunice has received many awards nationally and internationally such as the following: A beneficiary of the Hornby award as an educationist from the United Kingdom in 2006; recipient of an award for coordinating international trade policy program for francophone Africa in Arusha Tanzania in 201; recognition as a dynamic leader in prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) in the northwest region of Cameroon; and recently, Eunice received a certificate from the U.S. State Department  as leader of an NGO that is spearheading the fight against trafficking in persons in Cameroon. She has carried out a lot of research in gender related studies ranging from women and ICT in Cameroon; the role of women in international trade negotiations; gender related budgeting in organizations; women and peacebuilding.