Our PhD Student Davison Muchadenyika again published a paper which is titled: Politics and the practice of planning: The case of Zimbabwean cities. It can be accessed here.
Davison Muchadenyika, PhD candidate at CDR published a new paper titled 'Multi-Donor Trust Funds and Fragile States: Assessing the Aid Effectiveness of the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund'.
Research for this paper was largely conducted during Davison worked on his Master thesis for the Bochum Programme of Development Management.
We are very proud of our former MADM student Chifundo Patience Chilera, who has been named one of 26 Africa's Most Outstanding Emerging Women Leaders by the Moremi Initiative for Women Leadership in Africa. As a 2015 Fellow, she will be attending the Moremi Initiative Leadership, Empowerment and Development Institute hosted jointly with the University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana, this July.
This 2015 cohort of MILEAD Fellows, selected under a highly competitive process, represents Africa's most promising young women leaders with the courage and commitment to lead and shape the future of Africa. The criteria and process of selection was based on outstanding leadership promise, community service accomplishments and commitment to the advancement of women in Africa.
Ms. Chifundo Chilera's selection is in recognition of her remarkable leadership and contributions to youth development in Malawi.