Research Staff

Egna Rachel Sidumo

Doctoral Researcher

Current projects

Doctoral Researcher on the Project Cabo Delgado - Conflict, Resilience and Reconstruction", on the Democracy and Governance Research Group.

Egna Sidumo is a Doctoral Researcher at Christian Michelsen Institute -CMI-Norway on the Project Cabo Delgado - Conflict, Resilience and Reconstruction”, on the Democracy and Governance Research Group.

She was Lecturer and Researcher at the Center for Strategic and International Studies at the University Joaquim Chissano in Mozambique, assigned to the Department of Foreign Policy and International Relations and also worked in the Department of Peace and Security. In recent years she has been working on the Challenges of Building Enduring Peace in Mozambique, and analyzing the challenges of internal displacement due to violent extremism in the north of the country as constraints on Mozambique's national peacebuilding process. She has worked as a consultant for the United Nations in updating the gender dimensions of the response against terrorism and coordenated the trainings project on Women's, Peace, Security and research on the resilience of communities to extreme violence in the provinces of Nampula and Cabo Delgado and, in the relationship between the Police and communities in the efforts of PVE. Her interests include Mozambican Foreign Policy, Peace, and Security Studies (P\CVE) and Conflict in general

Egna Sidumo has a Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy -Mozambique, a Master’s in social and Political Studies in Latin America from the Alberto Hurtado University -Chile, with a postgraduate degree in Diplomatic Studies from the Andrés Bello Diplomatic Academy. She has additional training in Human Rights Research and Reporting Methodologies from the Western Cape University of South Africa and Containment and Prevention of Violent Extremism.