The new students of the Anne van den Ban Fund have arrived in Wageningen

In the picture, you can see from left to right: Bonny Ogwal (Uganda, Environmental Sciences), Gifty Amedi (Ghana, International Development Studies), Pim Brascamp (Chairman board ABF), Philomena Darku (Ghana, Urban Environmental Management), Hadija Nagija (Uganda, Leisure, Tourism and Environment), Monica Viginia Mbuthia (Kenya, Development and Rural Innovation), Arnan Araza (Philippines, Geo-Information Sciences).

Vera Sham (Cameroon, Plant Sciences), Atta Amoafo (Ghana, Nutrition and Health) and Cito Gilbert Wakenge (DR Congo, Management Economics and Consumer Studies) were at the time of the picture still traveling to Wageningen. Three students from Asia were unfortunately unable to organise their move to Wageningen. That is why in February 2017, three new students will be able to come to Wageningen with a scholarship from the fund.

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