A. (Anika) Altaf
Anika Altaf conducts PhD research on the ethics of targeting for poverty alleviation. This is a research of the targeting practices of partner organizations of Development Agencies.
A. (Adamou) Amadou
Adamou Amadou holds a degree in Visual Anthropology from the University of Tromsø and is currently attached to the University of Ngaoundere (Cameroon).
K. (Kassim) Assouma
Kassim Assouma is a PhD candidate and a Junior Researcher in the NWO-funded project, “Increasing Political Leverage of Informal and Formal Workers’ Organisations for Inclusive Development: The cases of Ghana and Benin”.
K. (Karin) van Bemmel
Karin van Bemmel is since October 2011 working on her PhD entitled ‘Mental Health and the Conceptualization of Illness in a Post-Conflict Area’.
I. (Inge) Butter
Inge Butter is a cultural anthropologist who specializes in the Arabic language and Arab culture.
T.N. (Thijs) den Hertog
P.H. (Peter) Justin
Peter Justin (born in Yei – Sudan), is a PhD candidate in the ‘Grounding Land Governance’ Programme.
D. (Doreen) Kobusingye
Doreen Nancy Kobusingye is a Ph.D researcher under the ‘Grounding Land Governance’ Programme, based at the African Studies Centre in Leiden, the Netherlands.
S.A.A. (Serena) Nasongo
Serena Adhiambo Adede Nasongo is a Ph.D. candidate in the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) studies in University of Amsterdam.
D. (Doreen) Setume
Senzokuhle Doreen Setume is a PhD. candidate of social anthropology with the African Studies Centre in Leiden. She is a lecturer of Religious Studies at Molepolole College of Education (affiliated to the University of Botswana) in Botswana.
R. (Rosine) Tchatchoua Djomo
Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo is a PhD student under the research project: Land governance reform in Central Africa.
M. (Martin) van Vliet
Martin van Vliet (1979) studied Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at the University of Leiden. He wrote a master thesis on the implementation of Mali's decentralization process from a cultural perspective.
M.L. (Merel) van 't Wout
Merel van ‘t Wout recently started as a PhD candidate in the project Society and Change in Northern Ghana: Dagomba, Gonja, and the Regional Perspective on Ghanaian History led by dr. M.R. Doortmont.
Posted on 7 May, 2012. Last modified on January 23, 2017
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