A crucial emphasis for Periperi U is to generate research to strengthen Africa’s disaster risk knowledge base for the purposes of informing local/national policy development. All partners have tackled this through academic and socially responsive strategies. Here one can find abstracts of postgraduate student theses from the various partner’s academic programmes. These not only contribute valuable insights on local disaster risks, but also contribute to strengthening strategic human capacity in the countries concerned – by building graduate capabilities in independent research, analysis and written communication. Please look through the following page titles for a particular type of academic and research document that you might want to view;
- Current Academic Programmes
- Past Honours Students' Thesis
- Past Master Students' Thesis
- Past PhD Student Thesis
- Professional Academic Research
- Current Research initiatives by Partners
Current Academic ProgrammesACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY EACH OF THE PERIPERI U PARTNERS Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia - Department of Disaster...
Past Honours Student ThesesThis page represents a handful of the total Honours level student theses and research reports that...
Past Master Student Theses2013 The extent of Medication related problems among patients at Kenyatta National Hospital Medical Wards: A 2012...
Past PhD Student ThesesPlease Note* We are still currently developing this webpage and will be adding new PhD Thesis Abstracts...
10 Jun 2021 - PERIPERI U Talks Session: African Indigenous Perspectives on Disaster Risk Climate Change Nexus by Gatkuoth Kai from the AUC, DRR Unit
Planning COVID-19 recovery in Sahel countries: Officials and academics learn to assess needs, effects and impact