Andree Mentho NENKAM
Transforming Africa by reducing climate change risk and boosting food security
The United Nations Sustainable Development Second Goal for 2030 calls for Zero Hunger - End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. The spirit of it inspires AIMS students and graduates today.
Take AIMS Ghana 2014 graduate Andree Mentho Nenkam from Cameroon. In 2015, she interned with the Ghana Meteorological Agency where she applied the computer modelling skills she honed at AIMS. From there Andree became a science officer at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. Through crop modelling and climate analysis, she is able to advise farmers on strategies to mitigate climate change, seasonal risks and increase crop yields.
We are proud to have produced 1,222 graduates
At AIMS our students and alumni are our greatest indicators of success. We are proud to have produced 1,222 graduates, one-third of whom are women. Our alumni hail from 42 African nations, and are fast becoming leaders in academia and industry across Africa and around the globe.
Our remarkable success rate will continue with the support of donors like you. There are thousands of deserving students with incredible drive to solve challenges who have some of the most remarkable stories, but they need you to help them realize their dreams.