Born on the 16th of December 1981, Mr. PONFUA Yhayeh Ngwokabuenui  is a Research officer at the Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation in the Department of Economic and Environmental Studies of the National Center for Education.

Holder of a Bachelor of Science (Bsc.) in Pedagogy and Teaching of Biology in 2006, Master of Education (M.Ed.) in 2009n in Educational Foundations and Administration in Educational Administration and Planning, both from the University of Buea, Cameroon. Enrolled into a PhD Program in 2017 in Educational Administration, policy and planning at the ICT University, Yaounde, Cameroon (Transferred from AIU)

Recruited by the Government of Cameroon as an attaché́ de recherche (research assistant) at the National Centre for Education (CNE), Ministry of scientific Research and Innovation (MINRESI) after which he changed grades to research officer in

Some scientific publications

  • Students‟ indiscipline: types, causes and possible solutions: The case of secondary schools in Cameroon. www.iiste.org ; Journal of Education and Practice (of the International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (iiste)) ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online) Vol.6, No.22, 2015.
  • Principals‟ attitudes toward the inclusion of students with disabilities into the general education settings – The case of Public Secondary / High Schools of the North West Region of Cameroon. www.theinternationaljournal.org > RJSSM: Volume: 02, Number: 10, February-2013; P7-23.
  • Street Children in Cameroon: Causes, Vulnerability and Coping Strategies. www.theinternationaljournal.org > RJSSM: Volume: 02, Number: 11, March-2013; P22-35.
  • Interest Rate and Private Investment in a Developing Economy: The Case of Cameroon. www.theinternationaljournal.org > RJSSM: Volume: 02, Number: 11, March-2013. P36-54.
  • Communication between students and teachers: Individual perceptions of interpersonal relationships between teachers and students of the biology degree programme of the University of Buea.
  • Unpublished Long Essay, 2006, University of Buea
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