UFS presents a course in population, environment and development


The University of the Free State (UFS) this week presented a population, environment and development nexus course in Bloemfontein in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund, LEAD International and the Department of Social Development. The course was attended by about 40 representatives across the county and neighbouring countries. Here are, from the left: Prof André Pelser, Department of Sociology at the UFS and course coordinator, Ms Betty Mahuka, Malawi Environmental Endowment Trust, Mr Dário Passo, Ministry of Planning and Development in Mozambique, and Ms Nola Redelinghuys, Department of Sociology at the UFS and course facilitator.
Photo: Lacea Loader


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