The presentation shows four salient steps of an inverted pyramid model (IPM) that derives from the resource governance process in Tanzania.
This seminar will demonstrate that the social milieus have always nursed social values capable of promoting peace and respect of individuals.
This talk unravels the intricacies, dichotomies of land degradation on Mt. Elgon in Uganda both from the social and natural science perspectives.
The presentation gives an overview of women’s employment in Africa and focuses on an empirical study conducted in the rural central Ethiopia.
This presentation delves into the importance and constraints of Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture in Zambia considering the economic restructuring.
The seminar will argue the modern African states on four perspectives, such as ethnicity and identity, and the construction of national politics.