BHEARD Scholars Graduate from University of Nairobi
Eight BHEARD scholars are graduating from the University of Nairobi on September 14, 2018.
September 14, 2018 - Author: Paul Wozniak
The BHEARD Scholarship Program congratulates the following students who successfully completed their degree programs and are scheduled to graduate in the congregation of September 14th 2018 at the University of Nairobi:
- JEAN DE DIEU RUKUNDO (Rwanda): Msc Livestock Production Systems – “Assessment of Performance of Cows under One Cow Programme in Gicumbi District, Northern Rwanda”
- PIE NTAMPAKA (Rwanda): Msc Veterinary pathology, microbiology and parasitology – “Assessment of the effectiveness of anti-rabies vaccination in dogs in Rwanda”
- JEAN PIERRE M. MPATSWENUMUGABO (Rwanda): Msc Applied Microbiology (Bacteriology option) – “Prevalence Of Subclinical Mastitis, Evaluation Of Bacterial Contamination Of Cow Milk Along The Market Chain And Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns Of Selected Isolates, In Rwanda”
- HERVE MWIZERWA (Rwanda): Msc Food Science and Technology – “Synthesis of resistant starch in three Rwandese cassava varieties and its applicability in yoghurt processing”
- SAMUEL JUWALA MWAFULIRWA (Malawi): Msc Biotechnology – “Isolation And Characterization Of Microbes Involved In Phosphate Solubilization And Bioremediation From Selected Agro Ecological Zones Of Malawi”
- ALEXANDER DUNBAR (Liberia): Msc Environmental Governance – “An Investigation Into The Sustainable Utilization Of Artisanal Fisheries In Liberia: A Case Study Of West Point”
- NATHANIEL DECIUS LEESOLEE (Liberia): Msc Bioinformatics – “Growth Assessment And Genetic Differentiation Of Sardinella Aurita (Valenciennes 1847) And Pseudotolithus Senegalensis (Valenciennes 1833) In South Coast, Liberia”
- MACIRE KANTE (Mali): PhD Information Systems – “A model for ICTs’ contribution to the access and use of agricultural inputs information in developing countries: Case of Sikasso in Mali”
BHEARD also wishes to acknowledge the efforts of the professors of the University of Nairobi and of our coordinator George Barak Otieno for helping them to complete their programs.