Adriano Biza

Adriano Mateus Biza is a Mozambican, a PhD candidate at UNESCO-IHE (2015-2019) with a research topic on ‘Wastewater Governance in Maputo City’ with focus on questions of (in)equity in the socio-spatial distribution of waste water. He has a background in anthropology and has been working as an assistant lecturer at the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Eduardo Mondlane University since 2001. Adriano has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (1998) and a BA honours in Anthropology. In addition, Adriano holds a Master of Arts degree in Anthropology and Sociology of Development and Political Change from the Institute for Social and Economic Development Studies (IEDES), University of Paris1 – Sorbonne – Pantheon (France). His dissertation was on “Youth and Associations in Mozambique: Motivations and Current Dynamics”.

Biza et al. Challenges and opportunities for implementing evidence-based antenatal care in Mozambique: a qualitative study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (2015) 15:200. DOI 10.1186/s12884-015-0625-x

Biza, Adriano & Costa, Ana Bernard (2012) Understanding Home Space in an African City:  Home Space as Social Construct. Ethnographic Report. Maputo, June 2012:

Biza, Adriano (2009) “Youth and associations in Mozambique: motivations and current dynamics” in Saúde e Sociedade. São Paulo, V.18, n.3, p.382-394

Biza, Adriano (2008) – “Associação de Jovens, Estado e Política em Moçambique. Da Herança a Novos Desafios (1975-2004) ” in Brito Luís (org) Cidadania e Governação em Moçambique. Maputo: IESE. Comunicações Apresentadas na Conferência Inaugural do Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos, pp.49/70


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