Africa Oxford Initative Fellows

Fellows

We have hosted many researchers from the Africian continent, this has been made possible through our close collaboration with the Africa Oxford Initative (AFOx)

AfOx Travel Grants support the establishment of new collaborations between researchers in African countries and their collaborators at the University of Oxford.  For more information on this scheme see here.

 

Meet our fellows:

angeloAngelo joined us again in 2018. He presented a poster at our Evidence to Action event. He also took an active part in several workshops and symposia. He also joined a partner event focusing on community voices in the context of illegal wildlife trade practices the following day and accompanied the ICCS team in attending the government’s IWT event to network with leading IWT policymakers and officials from African governments delegations.

Angelo’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

Angelo was a Biodiversity Fellow with us in 2016.

Visit his profile page here

 

EdsonEdson Gandiwa joined us in 2018. He presented a poster at our Evidence to Action event. He also took an active part in several workshops and symposia.He also participated in one of our key plenaries on the role of evidence in wildlife trade policy worldwide and was interviewed as part of the event synopsis (https://youtu.be/H0H9H8nMmwk) which aimed to represent the different voices working on IWT research. He also joined a partner event focusing on community voices in the context of illegal wildlife trade practices the following day and accompanied the ICCS team in attending the government’s IWT event to network with leading IWT policymakers and officials from African governments delegations.

Edson’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

 

KofiKofi joined us in 2018. He presented a poster at our Evidence to Action event. He also took an active part in several workshops and symposia. He also joined a partner event focusing on community voices in the context of illegal wildlife trade practices the following day and accompanied the ICCS team in attending the government’s IWT event to network with leading IWT policymakers and officials from African governments delegations.

Kofi’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

 

vivVivienne joined us in 2018. She presented a poster at our Evidence to Action event. Sge also took an active part in several workshops and symposia. She also joined a partner event focusing on community voices in the context of illegal wildlife trade practices the following day and accompanied the ICCS team in attending the government’s IWT event to network with leading IWT policymakers and officials from African governments delegations.

Viv’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

 

medardMedard joined us in 2018. He presented a poster at our Evidence to Action event. He also took an active part in several workshops and symposia. He also joined a partner event focusing on community voices in the context of illegal wildlife trade practices the following day and accompanied the ICCS team in attending the government’s IWT event to network with leading IWT policymakers and officials from African governments delegations. 

Medard’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

 

victorVictor joined us in 2018.  He worked with Timothy Kuiper on his DPhiL research, took courses to strengthen his research and took part in the 2018 ICN workshop.

Victor’s fellowship was kindly supported by the African Oxford Initiative

Find out more about Victor here