Fenja Tramsen

Fenja Tramsen

Princeton in Africa Fellow

Fenja Tramsen holds a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in History with High Honors from Swarthmore College, USA, and has completed further studies across Ghana and Jordan. Fenja previously held positions at the Niskanen Center, the Social Science Research Council, and as a research assistant for various political science labs. At ILRI, Fenja works with the Communications and Knowledge Management team.

My Blog Posts

Group photo at the NIAS offices in Vietnam. Photo: ILRI.


Successful improved smallholder poultry systems in Cambodia and Vietnam spur expansion

Attendees of the Rift Valley fever contingency plan meeting in Naivasha, on 22 November 2023 (photo credit: ILRI/ Fenja Tramsen).

Kenya's livestock experts propose revisions to Rift Valley fever contingency plan

Credit: ILRI/ Stevie Mann


ILRI’s contributions to wildlife research spotlighted at the WRTI’s inaugural Wildlife Scientific Conference

Photo: Mwanahamisi Singano (left) and George Wamukoya (right) discussing the importance of intersectionality in social protection initiatives. Credit: Fenja Tramsen/ ILRI


Developing intersectional social protection and adaptive social nets in a changing climate

Photo: the panelists discussing investable livestock solutions (credit: Fenja Tramsen/ ILRI)


Bridging the gap between innovators and investors at Africa Climate Week

Ethiopian Fogera cattle

Pathways to prosperity: livestock technologies and community growth in East Africa