Study grants autumn 2011

The study grants for autumn 2011 have been distributed to the following persons:

Austin Dziwornu Ablo, University of Bergen, Norway
“Livelihood impacts of the development of the oil industry and land use change in Takoradi”

Carolena Boyce, Lund University, Sweden
“Chinese foreign direct investment in Nigeria: Development from below meets business”

Courage Bobong Fon, University of Tampere, Finland
“Child abuse and its associated self reported mental and physical health issues in secondary and high schools in Cameroon”

Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University, Sweden
“Advanced techniques for modelling maternal and child health in Africa”

Sara Haapalainen, University of Helsinki, Finland
“National umbrella and middle range organization in Tanzania”

Aino Kostiainen, University of Helsinki, Finland
“NGOs, donors and state in the forestry sector in Tanzania: The dynamics between different actors in participatory forest management and forest certification”

Johannes Kotkavirta, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
“NGOs as political actors in Tanzanian media”

Marja Annukka Kurki, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
The dynamics of post conflict reconstruction: Case study on Liberia”

Nadezda Lebedeva, Högskolan Dalarna, Sweden
“Dancing masks play in Gambia: Historical reconstruction”

Judith Ologi, NLA University College, Norway
“Bilingual pedagogy and its effects on the English language communicative competence of learners in the rural primary schools in Kenya: A case of Kadika zone in Migori district”

Diana Owusuaa, University of Bergen, Norway
“Gender and informality in the construction business of Ghana’s new oil city Takoradi”

Erik Johan Persson, Stockholm University, Sweden
“Building social trust in conflict societies: The case o the Central African Republic”

Line Richter, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
“Children in danger” (in rural Mali)

Sallie Tonji Wanji, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
“The urban refugee women and their struggle for survival in Africa”

Tuuli Maria Vanamo, University of Helsinki, Finland
“Public-private partnership in health service provision: The impact of health sector reform policies on non-governmental service providers in Tanzania”

Jonas Ådnöy Holmqvist, Noragric, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
“Accountability in PRSP processes in neopatrimonial states in the SADC-region”

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