Ezequiel Alfeu Abrahamo

Ezequiel Alfeu Abrahamo is a QES (Queen Elisabeth Scholar) at Balsillie School of International Affairs, Willfrid Laurier University in Canada. His scholarship is under the Hungry Cities Partnership (HCP). The HCP conducts collaborative research, training and advocacy with the aim of providing innovative solutions to the challenge of building sustainable cities, and policies and programmes that promote food security in yhese cities.
For his PhD, Ezequiel is researching the urban hosehold food insecurity in the municipal districts of KaNyaka and KaTembe, two island districts of the municipality of Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique.
Ezequiel holds a Bachelor in Mathematics (from Pedagogical Institute of Guestrow, Germany) and a Master degree in Population and Development (from the Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique). In his Master Dissertation, he made a comparative analysis of the levels of urban food insecurity in five, from the seven municipal districts of Maputo, using the data from 2008 AFSUN survey and from the survey undertook in context of master.
Ezequiel is also lecture of data analysis using SPSS in the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Art and Social Science, at the Eduardo Mondlane University (EMU). Apart from its teaching and research activities, Ezequiel has also functions of University management as Director of the Office of planning of the EMU.