Final four nominees for the 2015 Africa Thesis Award announced!

On behalf of the jury of the Africa Thesis Award, the ASC is pleased to announce this year's final four nominees. They are, in alphabetical order:

Ruth Murambadoro: 'The Politicalization of reconciliation in Zimbabwe. A case study of the Nkayi District' (University of Pretoria)

Tata Donita Nshani: 'Ethnography of gender relations in a plantation setting amongst the Mbum of Donga/Mantung division (North West Region of Cameroon)' (University of Yaoundé I)

Akosua Sarpong Boakye-Ansah: 'Inequalities in drinking water quality in urban areas. A case study of Lilongwe, Malawi' (UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education)

Merel van ‘t Wout: 'Entrepreneurs by the grace of God. Life and work of seamstresses in Bolgatanga, Ghana' (University of Groningen)

The winner of the 2015 Africa Thesis Award will be announced soon! The prize will be handed over during the NVAS Africa Day on Saturday 17 October, at the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Westvest 7, Delft.