Patience Mususa

Senior Researcher at NAI since October 2015

Subject areas:
Zambian Copperbelt; Copper mining towns; planning and urbanization; mining and community welfare; gender and mining; informal mining; development-induced displacement and resettlement; post-mining livelihoods
Geographical areas:
Zambia
Language skills:
English
Contact:
patience.mususa@nai.uu.se
+46 (0)18 471 52 67
+46 (0)70 167 96 67
Research areas:
Urban dynamics

Filmed interviews at YouTube with Patience Mususa

Exploring the ups and downs of mining

Zambia. What happens to mining towns when the economy goes boom and bust? NAI researcher Patience Mususa talks about her project in Zambia.

Growing cities, lack of water

In many of Africa's largest cities over three quarters of the population live in informal settlements, many of them with limited access to clean water.

Academic background

PhD, Social Anthropology, University of Cape Town 2014
MSc, Material Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford 2004
MSc, Development Practice, Oxford Brookes University 2001
BA, Architecture, Copperbelt University 1999

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