Titulaires de la bourse du CRDI aux chercheurs candidats au doctorat de 2019

Baada, Jemima
Examining the dual effects of climate change and multilateral investment on agrarian migration in Ghana
Université Western, doctorat en études des femmes
Mme Baada est également titulaire de la bourse de recherche David et Ruth Hopper et Ramesh et Pilar Bhatia.

Dzorka, Gifty
Corporate agricultural production, smallholder farming and the sustainability of food systems in Ghana (Volta region)
Université du Manitoba, doctorat en anthropologie

Edet, Christine
Food insecurity and tobacco farming in rural Zambia
Université de Waterloo, doctorat en santé publique et systèmes de santé

Galappaththi, Iroshani
Governing fisheries value chains towards wellbeing and sustainability: the case of the dried fish sector in Eastern Sri Lanka and West Bengal, India
Université de Waterloo, doctorat en durabilité sociale et environnementale

Handl, Melisa
Gender equality and female empowerment in the context of Argentina’s Universal Child Allowance program: Are conditional cash transfers empowering or entrapping poor women?
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en droit, genre, politique sociale et développement

Jones, Philip
Violence and smuggling markets: Exploring the governance of illicit trade in Brazil
Université Carleton, doctorat en affaires internationales

Kasine, Yvonne
Nurses’ and midwives’ experiences as mentees in a clinical mentorship model in Rwanda
Université Western, doctorat en sciences infirmières

Khan, Andrea
Assessing business efforts to reduce child labour in developing countries: the case of adolescent girls in India’s garment industry
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en développement international et études mondiales

Kwaku Kumah, Richard
Chinese involvement in Ghana’s artisanal and small-scale gold mining: A path to resource exploitation or sustainable community development?
Université Queen’s, doctorat en études environnementales

Mikuska, Stefan
Mobile phones, fiscal politics, and development: The political economy of money and finance in Zimbabwe
Université York, doctorat en sciences politiques

Musiwa, Anthony
From rhetoric to action: Understanding primary healthcare for children in rural Zimbabwe using the child rights-based approach - Zimbabwe/Manicaland Province
Université McGill, doctorat en travail social

Nkrumah, Rodney Buadi
Equity, inequality, and educational access in an era of sustainable development: Exploring experiential access to basic education in rural northern Ghana
Université McGill, doctorat en travail social

Okyere, Dorcas
The experiences of female migrants in southern Africa: A comparative study of Ghanaian and Nigerian migrants in Cape Town, South Africa
Université Queen's, doctorat en études de genre

Petrozziello, Allison
Birth registration as bordering practice: A feminist ethnography of intergenerational statelessness and social exclusion in the Dominican Republic
Université Wilfrid Laurier, doctorat en gouvernance mondiale

Pradhan, Sisir Kanta
Social-ecological analysis on dried fish value chain for community wellbeing in West Bengal, India
Université de Waterloo, doctorat en environnement

Shahadu, Abdul Somed
Changing masculinities: Perspectives on engaging men and boys in gender equality initiatives in Tamale, Ghana
Université d’Ottawa, doctorat en développement international et mondialisation

Solanki, Aakash
From development planning to predicting development: Artificial intelligence for development in India
Université de Toronto, doctorat en anthropologie

Vold, Lindsey
Climate change and food security: Community-based collaboration and problem-solving from two unlikely places (Tanzania)
Université de la Saskatchewan, doctorat en sciences infirmières

Warnat, Amber
Mapping homophobic rape in South Africa
Université Carleton, doctorat en affaires internationales

Yanful, Bernice
Ghana’s School Feeding policy: A critical discourse analysis of “home-grown” feeding programs, food sovereignty, and food procurement from small-scale farmers
Université de Toronto, doctorat en santé publique