Samuel UgbajaResearch Analyst
- Evaluation Management
- Computational Simulation
- Data Management
- Environmental Management
- MSc, University of Lagos, Nigeria
- BSc, University of Calabar, Nigeria
With over 20 years of experience in research, evaluation management, waste management, alternative energy engineering, operations, and decision analysis, Samuel has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand government’s need and craft the most suitable solutions.
Cloneshouse Nigeria work with government institutions and departments in any part of Nigeria, and Africa at large. Getting to know where our clients are, and how to improve what is been done remains the firms priority.
Before joining Cloneshouse Nigeria in late 2016, Samuel was a Senior Research Assistant at Renewable Energy Program, of the Federal Ministry of Environment where he actively headed the Research & Development activities of the department. His roles evolved from the development of the Rural Energy Access Program (REAP) which was aimed at ensuring affordable and sustainable clean energy access to the rural poor and reducing black carbon emissions to being actively involved in the Rural Women and Energy Security where over 1 million rural women in Nigeria were equipped with clean energy technologies/alternatives.
He was involved in preparing the first policy document on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency as well as the Action Plans for its implementation in Nigeria. prior to working at the Federal Ministry of Environment, he worked as an Environmental Consultant to Ravenwell Power Nigeria Limited where he assisted in registering and initiating all processes involved in establishing independent 50-100MW of solar plants across different states in the Northern part of Nigeria through the regulatory agencies involved.
At Cloneshouse Nigeria, Samuel has led multi-state evaluations in the area of Water, Health; and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. Samuel is currently a PhD candidate at the School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences of the Faculty of Health, at the University of KwaZulu Natal South Africa, where is major area of study is on on computational aided drug design and simulations
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