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Telling the stories

Many scientific results and outcomes of capacity development, learning programmes and research never make it to the public.

Danida Fellowship Centre tells the stories. From research in climate change, green growth and in global vaccines to the outcome of sector cooperation and learning programmes. We highlight the experiences of our fellows and alumni, and collaborate with the mass media and specialised publications for outreach and dissemination.

We publish many of our stories on this webpage but you will find even more stories on social media.

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27-04-22

New members of the Consultative Research Committee for Development Research

Danida Fellowship Centre is pleased to welcome the six new members, to the Consultative Research Committee for Development Research (Forskningsfagligt Udvalg, FFU) that advises the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark on Danida support to development research.
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27-04-22

Cross sector partnerships have the power to solve South Africa’s water challenges

The power of partnerships was the most important takeaway, said Nsuku Nxumalo, who, together with other key actors from South Africa's water management sector, took part in the Danish Embassy and Danida Fellowship Centre's Water Engagmenet Day in Pretoria.
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25-04-22

This is the People’s Dialogue Festival

Watch the #3rd video about the delegation of 25 Kenyan SDG champions who participated in Danida Fellowship Centre’s learning programme “Strengthening Policy Dialogue to Accelerate the SDGs” in 2021. One year later, the they created an SDG Village as part of the People’s Dialogue Festival in Nairobi...
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04-03-22

In the words of the researcher, Livestock in the Forest Project

How do you reduce conflicts between pastoralists, agro-pastoralists and farmers in Tanzania?
The Livestock in the Forest (LIVEFOR) project aims at investigating livestock keeping in Village Land Forest Reserves for resolving the increasing farmer-pastoral conflicts.
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04-03-22

In the words of the researcher, Land Rights and Resilience (RARE)

There is a growing awareness that land is a crucial asset in climate change adaptation. The Land Rights and Resilience in Kenya project looks into shifting land needs, land claims, and land rights in the context of pastoral and agro-pastoral adaptation in Kenya. It also reflects on how external act...
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04-03-22

In the words of the researcher, Governing Transition in Northern Uganda: Trust and Land

The Governing Transition in Northern Uganda: Trust and Land (In short Trust Land) research project examines the links between land, trust, mistrust and governance with an emphasis on gender and generation. It explores how differently positioned people in Northern Uganda manage and mitigate conflict...
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04-03-22

In the words of the researcher EverJust project – Everyday Justice and Security in the Myanmar Transition

The Everjust project examined this question through in-depth studies of local conflict resolution, justice provision and security in the Myanmar peace and democratisation process that played out prior to the 2021 military coup. The project was the first larger Danish collaborative research project ...
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04-03-22

In the words of the researcher, Access-Authority Nexus in Farmer-Herder Conflicts

Farmer-herder conflicts constitute a major type of conflict in Ghana and the African region in general.  Such conflicts have attracted the attention of numerous researchers, particularly in Ghana and Nigeria.
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