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2014

Negotiating Survival Strategies: Small holder farmers speak out Negotiating Survival Strategies by Janice Busingye

Janice Desire Busingye is a community/adult educator. She has been a lecturer at Makerere University, Uganda since 2002 and is now one of All Africa House fellows 2014 at University of Cape Town. Janice studied at Makerere University where she obtained a Bachelor of Adult & Community Education; later she joined the University of KwaZulu Natal and obtained her M. Education (2006) and subsequently did her doctoral studies there and graduated in 2012 with a PhD (Education). Janice’s passion lies in working with communities as part of the learning and teaching process that informs her work at the University. Her research interests lie in questioning epistemology discourses, livelihoods security, gender and community education.

Event type: Seminar
Date of event: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Venue: Centre for African Studies Gallery, Upper Campus, UCT