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Supervised PhD students (Tony Binns)

Doctoral Theses completed and supervised by Tony since 2000

  • Simon Milligan: Searching for symbiosis: Pastoralist-farmer relations in north-east Nigeria (2003: funded by ESRC)
  • Peter Kyle: Food crop marketing and local economic development in Eastern Cape province, South Africa (2004)
  • Roy Maconachie: Sustainability under threat? Urban pressure and land degradation in the Kano Close-Settled Zone, Nigeria (2004)
  • Dawn Sanders: Botanic gardens: ‘Walled, stranded arks’, or environments for learning? (2004)
  • John Kimani: Risk management and coping strategies in a large-scale irrigation project: a case study of Mwea Irrigation Settlement Scheme, Kenya (2005)
  • Alec Thornton: Beyond the Metropolis: A critical analysis of urban and peri-urban agriculture in two selected small urban centres in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa (2006)
  • Loch Brown: Collective action among micro- and small-scale enterprises in The Gambia (2006)
  • Samuel Boakye: Land tenure and urban agricultural development in Tema District, Ghana (2007)
  • Christian Iyiani: A case study of HIV/AIDS prevention in Nigeria: Assessment and recommendations (2008)
  • Danny Simatele: Motivation and marginalisation of urban agriculture in Lusaka, Zambia (2008)
  • Anthony George: Development and poverty in the Caribbean: An exploration of poverty imaginations among six communities in St Lucia and Dominica (2010)
  • Chandima Daskon: Culture, traditions and sustainable rural livelihoods – a case study from the Kandyan villages, central Sri Lanka (2010)
  • Shawn Shen: Environmental displacement and mobility: Migration from Tuvalu to New Zealand (2010)
  • Brandon Vista: Agrarian reform and sustainable livelihoods: Experience from selected agrarian reform communities in the Philippines (2013)
  • Rakhee Chatbar: ICT's and rural development in South India (2015)
  • Paul Munro: A critical history of forest conservation in Sierra Leone (2015)
  • Jessie Smart: Urban agriculture and economic change in the Zambia Copperbelt: The cases of Ndola, Kitwe and Luanshya (2015)
  • Jerram Bateman: Rural livelihoods in Sierra Leone: Longitudinal insights from Panguma and Kayima (2017)
  • Anita Latai- Niusulu: Enduring environmental challenges and anticipating future climate change: the Samoan experience (2017)
  • Sam McLachlan: Relationships matter: The role and impact of younger international development volunteers (2018)