Award for Outstanding Female Scientist for Prof. Marleen Temmerman
On 8 November 2016, Professor dr. Marleen Temmerman received the EDCTP Award for Outstanding Female Scientist 2016 In Zambia.
On 8 November 2016, Professor dr. Marleen Temmerman received the EDCTP Award for Outstanding Female Scientist 2016.
The award ceremony took place at the Eighth European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) Forum in Lusaka, Zambia, The award was presented by Professor Nkando Luo, the Honourable Minister of Higher Education, Research, Vocational Training, Science and Technology of Zambia.
The Outstanding Female Scientist award recognises an excellent world-class female scientist residing in sub-Saharan Africa and working in research activities within the scope of the second EDCTP programme.
The film ‘The pregnancy is ours’ currently being screened in ten rural communities in Mozambique.
A group of young men participated in a workshop about gender norms organized by HOPEM and shared their experiences about becoming a parent during the project.Read more
PhD Defense Dr. Vernon Mochache Oyaro
Dr. Vernon Mochache Oyaro successfully defended his PhD Defense at Ghent University on September 29th 2020. He conducted an ethnographic study of the Digo community from Kwale, Kenya. "Our Voices Matter": The Role of Individuals, Families and Communities in Creating...Read more