Mrs. Anyi Mukep Massa BAYIE KAMANDA is a Researcher at the Department of Social Studies of the National Center for Education.

Her secondary education is crowned by obtaining 8 Ordinary level (Arts) and 3 Advance level (History, Literature, French) in Saker Baptist College Limbe in 2010. The same year when she enrolled for a Bachelor’s at the Protestant University of Central Africa (UPAC) in Peace and Development studies, Faculty of Social Sciences and International Relations (FSSIR), which she obtained in 2013. In 2016 she acquired a Master’s Degree from the same university. Upon obtaining these academic degrees she was recruited a year later in 2017 as a Research Assistant at the National Center for Education of the Ministry of Scientific research and Innovation. After which she enrolled for a PhD at the PUCA in 2020 and got a promotion to the rank of Research Officer later that year as a result of her publications and her active participation in the ministry. She has devoted herself more to research in the humanities and social sciences oriented towards social mutations and evolutions.

As a dedicated researcher, she has already participated in the development of projects and the animation of scientific activities.

At the associative level, Mrs. Bayie Kamanda is a member of the Cameroonian Laboratory for Research and Studies of Contemporary Societies (CERESC), and GERSAFRIQUE.

Scientific publications

  • With Nsoh Christopher (2016) « Phénomène Boko Haram : problématique de paix et sécurité au Cameroun face aux méga-conflits » In phenomen Boko Haram : problematic de paix et securite au Cameroun face aux mega-conflits.
  • With MANGA KALNIGA (2019) « Esquisse d’une sociologie des mobilisations Anglophone au Cameroun » In ADILAAKU – Droit, politique et société en Afrique, vol. 1, n°2, pp. 41-53.
  • With MFORTEH Stephen AMBE (2021) “Understanding internally displaced persons and their local insertion tendencies. The case of host families in Yaoundé » In J. D. Manga Kalniga, MFORTEH Stephen AMBE (dir.), Refugiés et déplacés internes au Cameroun. Fragilités, normes et pratiques de réhabilitation, Paris, Connaissances et Savoirs, pp. 85-105.
  • With MANGA KALNIGA José D. (2021) « Les Collectivités Territoriales Décentralisés à l’épreuve des crises humanitaires au Cameroun: (in)capacités communale(s) et enjeux de réhabilitation des réfugies à Garoua-Boulai » In Revue Africaniste Inter-Disciplinaire (RAID) N°17, pp. 73-94. 

E-mail kamandanyi@gmail.com

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