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Titulaires de la bourse du CRDI aux chercheurs candidats au doctorat de 2017

Governing housing access for refugee women in Nairobi: Expanding the scope of safety and economic inclusivity in informal settlements.
Université Queen’s, doctorat en études politiques

CADESKY, Jessica Nicole,
Gender equality in post-conflict aid programming in Sri Lanka: Delivering meaningful change or simply ticking boxes?
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en développement international

CHILANGA, Emmanuel,
Examining the association and pathways of gender based violence against women, household food security, and nutritional outcomes of children under five in Mzuzu City, Malawi.
Université McGill, doctorat en travail social

Race, labour, and capital: Reviewing the EEE commodity chain across Ghana.
Université York, doctorat en études environnementales

FLOREZ BOSSIO, Maria Camila,
Urban adaptation to climate change in Lima, Peru.
Université McGill, doctorat en géographie

HIRANI, Shela,
Facilitators and barriers to breastfeeding practices of internally displaced mothers residing in disaster relief camps of Pakistan: A critical ethnography.
Université de l’Alberta, doctorat en sciences infirmières

KAGA, Midori,
Can the refugee speak? Creating space in development-led approaches for refugee agency and voice (Lebanon)
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en développement international

KC, Hari,
Uncovering the gender code in labour migration governance: A comparative case study of Nepal and the Philippines.
Université Wilfrid Laurier, doctorat en gouvernance mondiale

KHADKA, Kamal,
Uncovering drought tolerance in a diverse set of Nepali spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes.
Université de Guelph, doctorat en agriculture (DÉCLINÉ)

LEEPILE, Tebogo,
The roles of environmental and agricultural biodiversity on household food security and nutritional status of indigenous women of childbearing age, and young children. The case of the San in rural Botswana.
Université de la Colombie-Britannique, doctorat en études interdisciplinaires sur les systèmes paysagers et alimentaires

LUO, Chibulu,
Diagnosing energy-efficient and resilient urban development in Dar es Salaam and Lusaka: A spatial planning approach.
Université de Toronto, doctorat en planification urbaine

MAC-SEING, Muriel,
Legislation, health policy, and utilization of sexual and reproductive health services by people with disabilities: A mixed methods study in the post-conflict northern region of Uganda.
Université de Montréal, doctorat en santé publique

McDOWELL, Graham,
Adaptation to climate-related hydrological changes in high mountains (Nepal, Peru).
Université de la Colombie Britannique, doctorat en ressources, environnement et durabilité

NNEBE, Nnedimma,
Gender analysis of post-harvest management in Zambia: A case Study of Mpika and Shiwa Ng'andu districts
Université McGill, doctorat en nutrition

Évaluation des programmes de prévention de la transmission mère-enfant du VIH en Haïti.
Université de Montréal, doctorat en santé publique

RAZA, Syed Shozab,
Evolving landlordism: Contract farming and agrarian policy in South Punjab, Pakistan.
Université de Toronto, doctorat en anthropologie

Women as storytellers: Collective action against gender-based violence: A case study of mothers' associations in Benin.
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en éducation

SESHIE, Abigail,
Gender and education policies in Ghana: Pre-and post-Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Université de Saskatchewan, doctorat en sociologie.

TOHON, Gbèdolo Honesty,
Pratiques culturelles pour une agriculture urbaine durable en contexte de pays en développement: Étude des déterminants sur le site de maraîchage de Houéyiho, à Cotonou (Bénin).
Université de Montréal, doctorat en santé publique

Urban forest in Mexico City: analysis and planning to mitigate climate change effects.
Université de Toronto, doctorat en écologie urbaine

African peace, security & conflict management: An African international society approach (Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, South Africa).
Université de Dalhousie, doctorat en sciences politiques

The role of traditional actors in taxation in Sierra Leone: Unorthodox public-private partnerships and their implication for inclusive economic development.
Université de Toronto, doctorat en sciences politiques

Vulnerable young women in Botswana co-construct solutions to improve access to government support programs.
Université McGill, doctorat en santé publique

WERNER, Karolina,
From statebuilding to localized governance: Exploring African governance structures (Uganda).
Université Wilfrid Laurier, doctorat en gouvernance mondiale

Building an inclusive city from the bottom-up: marginalized migrants’ struggles for adequate and affordable housing in São Paulo, Brazil.
Université Wilfrid Laurier, doctorat en gouvernance mondiale