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GENS Researchers Participates in Synergizing Workshop at Brunel University London

Researchers under the Africa-UK Trilateral Research Chair on Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments (GENS) participated in a quintessential and synergizing workshop between the 9-13 March 2020 at the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences, Brunel University London. The attendance of the workshop was graced with the Chairholder, Prof Josephine Kaviti […]

GENS Research Team Engages with the Groenheuw...

GENS Research Team Engages with the Groenheuwel Community in Paarl

On 25 February 2020, GENS Research Team at Stellenbosch University, led by Prof Josephine Musango, held their first meeting with the Groenheuwel community in Paarl as an initial step towards forging collaborations to establish the GENS Living Lab.  The meeting was facilitated by the Radio KC Executive Director, Gail Jacobs, and held in Groenheuwel Primary […]

GENS Team meets with DVC: Research, Innovatio...

GENS Team meets with DVC: Research, Innovation and Enterprises, University of Nairobi

The GENS Trilateral Research Team had a meeting with Prof Madara Ogot, Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research innovation and Enterprises, University of Nairobi, on 29 November 2019. The team discussed with Prof Ogot about the status of the GENS research activities since the launch on 10 October 2019, ongoing GENS activities, opportunities and next plans.

Human-centred approach to CoDesigning solutio...

Human-centred approach to CoDesigning solutions at PATH Advocacy Learning Lab

On 28 November 2019, GENS Trilateral Reseach Chair Team participated in the PATH International Presentations on the PATH Advocacy Learning Lab with 10 Masters Students from School of Arts and Design, University of Nairobi and PATH International Staff. The GENS team constituted of Dr Amollo Ambole, Prof Josephine Musango, Dr Benjamin Batinge, Christer Anditi, Peris […]

GENS Team Showcase Transdisciplinary Approach...

GENS Team Showcase Transdisciplinary Approach of the Trilateral Research Chair

On November 27, 2019, the GENS team from University of Nairobi and Stellenbosch University jointly gave a presentation to a group of 23 students drawn from different fields under the Institute of Climate Change and Adaptation (ICCA) at University of Nairobi. The team constituted of Dr Amollo Ambole, Prof Josephine Musango, Dr Benjamin Batinge, Christer […]

Brunel researcher announced as a Trilateral C...

Brunel researcher announced as a Trilateral Chair of brilliant initiative in South Africa

Dr Fabrizio Ceschin, a Senior Lecturer in Design at Brunel, has been appointed as a Africa-UK Trilateral Research Chair, alongside Prof Josephine Kaviti Musango of Stellenbosch University and Dr Amollo Ambole of the University of Nairobi. Read more…

GENS Principal Investigator Appointed as Extr...

GENS Principal Investigator Appointed as Extraordinary Senior Lecturer at SPL

GENS Team congratulates Dr Amollo Ambole, Principal Investigator: GENS Trilateral at University of Nairobi, for her appointment as Extraordinary Senior Lecturer at the School of Public Leadership (SPL), Stellenbosch University. As alumni of SPL, Dr Ambole was actively involved with the SPL since 2014, as a Doctoral researcher. Post her completion of studies in 2016, […]

GENS team visits project 90 by 2030

GENS team visits project 90 by 2030

GENS Research Team visits Project 90 by 2030, a NGO that is centred in developing environmental youth leadership in among other things, to enhancing energy security in communities. Photo (left to right): Ms Eniko Csato (Exchange visitor from Hungary), Prof Josephine Musango (GENS Chairholder), Ms Lorna Fuller (Director: Project 90), Mr Ebenaezer Appies (Policy Officer: […]

Africa-UK research chair will help empower Af...

Africa-UK research chair will help empower African women

Stellenbosch University (SU) launched its first Africa-UK Trilateral Research Chair, Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments, on 10 October 2019 at the Stellenbosch Institute of Advance Studies (STIAS). Read the full story here…