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Adviser, Department of Geography and Department of Social Anthropology:

• Advisory and administrative support on matters related to externally funded research projects from the inception to application, financial management, monitoring and completion.

• Advisory and administrative support in promoting international cooperation including development of formalized institutional agreements covering research cooperation and student exchange.

• Administrative support to running a MPhil programme.

Contact person for visiting guest researchers.

Secretary to the Departmental Research Committee, Department of Social Anthropology


Reports and publications

1999. [contributor] Mid-Term Evaluation of Enterprise Botswana. UNDP/UNOPS, juni 1999.

1998. Contributing to the Future: A Global Analysis of the Role of Women in Manufacturing. Vienna: UNIDO.

1997 [co-author] Poverty and Plenty: The Botswana Experience, Proceedings of a Symposium. The Botswana Society.

1996. [co-author] Evaluation of Project Activities of the Department of Women Affairs. Windhoek: The Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit.

1995. Changes in textiles, implications for Asian women, in Swasti Mitter and Sheila Rowbotham (eds) Women Encounter Technology. London: Routledge.

1995. [co-author] Participation of Women in Manufacturing: Patterns, Determinants and Future Trends Regional Analysis, ECA Region. UNIDO/ CPD. 14 (SPEC:), 15 March1995.

1995. The Ministry of Trade and Industry's Evaluation of the Status of the Informal and Small and Medium Scale (SME) Enterprises Sector. Windhoek: Ministry of Trade and Industry Namibia.

1994. Industrial Development Review: Namibia. UNIDO/CPD. 5 July 1994.

1994. [co-author] Participation of Women in Manufacturing: Patterns, Determinants and Future Trends Regional Analysis, ESCAP Region. UNIDO/ CPD. 4 (SPEC), June 1994.

1993. Economic Diversification and Export Promotion in Botswana. UNIDO/ PPD. 248 (SPEC.), July 1993.

1993. Botswana: Programme Framework for Integrated Human Resources Development. Joint ILO/UNESCO/UNIDO Report, May 1993 prepared for UNDP.

1993. [co-editor and co-author] Implications of the Introduction of New Technologies for the Role of Women in the Textile and Clothing Industry in Asian Developing Countries. UNIDO/PPD. 237 (SPEC.), Feb. 1993.

1992. [contributor] Formulation of a Programme for Technical Education and Vocational Training as a Part of Human Resource Development: Republic of Yemen. Consolidated ILO/FAO/UNIDO/UNESCO Report, October 1992 prepared for UNDP.

1991. [co-author] Human Resources and Industrial Development in Africa. UNIDO/ PPD.208 (SPEC.), December 1991

1991. [contributor] Integrating Women into Fisheries Industrial System. UNIDO/ PPD.191 (SPEC.), April 1991.

1987. [contributor] Industrial Development Strategies for Fisheries Systems in Developing Countries. UNIDO/ PPD. 30, April 1987.

1986. [contributor] Industry and External Debt in Africa. Industry and Development, June 1986.

1974. Employment Potential in Ghana Textile Industry. MA dissertation, School of Oriental and African Studies, London University.

1972. Market Socialism in Yugoslavia. BA dissertation, Birmingham University.


1980 - 1989 Norwegian School of Business Administration, Bergen, Norway: three months courses in Public budgeting and planning; Business accounting; Introduction to data processing; and Organization theory

1973 - 1974 School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, England: Master of Arts in Area Studies - Africa

1972 - 1973 Oxford University, England: Diploma in Economic Development

1969 - 1972 Birmingham University, England: Bachelor of Social Science, Honours Economics


Experience from the public sector in Botswana (Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Local Government and Lands) and Norway (University of Bergen), development organizations (UNIDO, UNDP, NORAD) as well as from independent consultancy work. The relevant fields include development related research, project management, financial and human resource management, and system development.