Completed PhD Research Special Chair Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction

A number of PhD candidates have completed their research under supervision of the Special Chair Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction. This page presents an overview of these PhD projects, ordered by date of defence.

Completed PhD research
1 July 14 Rens Twijnstra On the State of Business: Trade, Entrepreneurship and Real Economic Governance in South Sudan
20 June 2014 Winnie W. Wairimu Transition or stagnation? Everyday life, food security and recovery in post conflict northern Uganda
11 March 2014 Patrick Milabyo Kyamusugulwa Community-driven reconstruction in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: capacity building, accountability, power, labour, and ownership
20 January 2014 Lotte Vermeij "The Bullets Sound Like Music To My Ears" Socialization of Child Soldiers within African Rebel Groups
17 September 2012 Aschale Siyoum Broken Promises: Food Security Interventions and Rural Livelihoods in Ethiopia
8 May 2012 Annelies Heijmans Risky encounters: Institutions and interventions in response to recurrent disasters and conflict
30 January 2012 Maliana Serrano Strengthening institutions or institutionalising weaknesses? Interactions between aid and institutions in Huíla Province, Angola
6 December 2011 Hilde van Dijkhorst Rural realities between crisis and normality; Livelihood strategies in Angola, 1975 - 2008
27 April 2011 Bram Jansen Creating space in a ‘naked city’: violence and identity in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya
12 April 2011 Luís Artur Continuities in Crisis; everyday practices of disaster response and climate change adaptation in Mozambique
20 June 2008 Mathijs van Leeuwen Partners in peace: discourses and practices of civil-society peacebuilding
18 March 2008 Jeroen Warner The politics of flood insecurity: Framing contested river management projects
19 December 2006 Eliab Simpungwe Water, Stakeholders and Common Ground. Challenges for Multi-Stakeholder Platforms in Water Resource Management in South Africa