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UFS presents short course for course-goers from East and Southern Africa
2007-09-21

 

The Department of Sociology at the University of the Free State (UFS) in co-operation with the United Nations Population Fund, Leadership for Environment and Development: Southern and Eastern Africa (LEAD-SEA) and the National Department of Social Development presented a short course on the Main Campus in Bloemfontein this week. It is the third course of this nature facilitated by the UFS in the past 18 months and was attended by people from various countries in East and Southern Africa. The course focused on the integration of and connection between population, environment and development problems in the context of sustainable development. It is aimed at managers and decision makers in government departments, regional boards and municipalities who are involved in development programmes and frameworks. From the left are: Ms Samah Mohamed Mustafa (Sudan), Ms Nola Redelinghuys (Department of Sociology, UF and course facilitator), Mr Hosea Mulatya (Kenia), Prof. Sosten Chiotha (LEAD, Malawi), and Ms Jane Victor (Seychelles).
Photo: Leonie Bolleurs

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