Welcome to our PEGNet early career #mentoring@pbabyenda! Peter is doing his phD at @uonbi and examines #climate variability, agricultural productivity and household welfare outcomes in Uganda. He is also an assistant lecturer at the School of Economics @Makerere,Kampala.
One of our first PEGNet early career #mentoring mentees is Mirriam Matita @Miry58n. She is currently pursuing her phD at @unimaecon and adresses intrahousehold dynamics of smallholder farmers in Malawi. Welcome, Mirriam!
Did you know that PEGNet has recently started the PEGNet Early Career Mentoring Program, supporting young researchers from developing countries in their research for one year? The three mentees have had their kick-off meetings to identify individual needs. bit.ly/3C23KIA