Awarded PhD scholarships 2014

Henni Alava (1 month), University of Helsinki, Department for Political and Economic Studies, Helsinki, Finland. Project title: Faith in public culture: Political thought and church politics in post-conflict Northern Ghana.” Hosting research cluster: Conflict, Security and Democratic Transformation.

Dominic Wemochiga Amonzem (2 months), University of Oslo, Faculty of Theology, Oslo, Norway. Project title:” Disguising gender naturalizing lineage: Comparative studies of Kasena and Catholic marriage, birth and death rituals.” Hosting research cluster: Rural and Agrarian Change, Property and Resources.

Sigriður Baldursdóttir (1 month), University of Iceland, Félags- og mannvisindadeild, Reykjavík, Iceland. Project title: ”Aid policy and practice: The implementation of primary health care in rural Guinea-Bissau.” Hosting research cluster: Rural and Agrarian Change, Property and Resources.

Benjamin Tetteh Anang (1 month), Department of Economics and Management, University of Helsinki, Finland. Project titel: "Micro-credit, production system and the efficiency of smallholder rice production in northern Ghana." Hosting research cluster: Rural and Agrarian Change, Property and Resources.

Umutoni Alida Furaha (1 month), University of Gothenburg, School of Global Studies, Gothenburg, Sweden. Project title: ”A Critical Analysis of Rwandaphone identity in post 2008 north Kivu.” Hosting research cluster: Conflict, Security and Democratic Transformation.

Pamenas Mwova (1 month), Department of Social Research, University of Tampere, Finland. Project title: “Impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on socioeconomic development of youth in Kenya: Out of school youth in Kitui county as a case study”. Hosting research cluster: African International Links

Senni Jyrkiäinen (1 month), Department of Social Anthropology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland. Project titel: “Online Dating, Courtship and Islam among Urban Youth in Egypt”. Hosting research cluster: Urban Dynamics

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