Africa-Related Dissertations Database

The Africa-Related Dissertations Database is a resource that represents various areas of Africa-Related expertise developed by Howard University graduate students. It provides information about Africa-Related dissertations and theses completed at Howard University. The database is searchable by area of study, country, type or year. You can also search using any keyword or name in the "Search" field.

Most of the dissertations and theses below are available on ProQuest (https://search.proquest.com/index). Most universities, including Howard University, have ProQuest subscriptions so that students, faculty and other personnel have complimentary access when logged into their university account.

Titlesort descending Name Area of study Country Type Year
The Viability of Community Participation Approach in the Operation and Management of Sustainable Urban Sanitation Systems in Less Developed Countries: The Case of Sewage Disposal and Social Waste Management in Tanzania Elias Magembe Development Tanzania Dissertation 2000
Who Speaks for Squatters: A Case Study of an Informal Settlement South of Johannesburg Called Joe Slovo Park Marilyn S. Hoosen Political Science, Public Policy South Africa Thesis 2000
Women, Culture and the Oral Tradition in West Africa: A Study of the Griottes of Senegal Alfia Johnson Culture, Gender Studies, Literature, Music, Oral Tradition, Sociology Senegal Thesis 2000
Environmental and Energy Conservation in Zimbabwe Yodit G. Kassaye Energy, Environmental Studies Zimbabwe Thesis 1999
Ethiopia and Social Change: A Philosophical Assessment Abiy Tsegaye Philosophy, Sociology Ethiopia Dissertation 1999
Increasing Cocoa Production under Ghana’s Structural Adjustment Programs: An Empirical Study of Established Farmers in Tano North Cocoa District in the Brong-Ahafo Region Kwaku Osei-Akom Agriculture Ghana Dissertation 1999
Islamism In North Africa: Case Studies in Egypt, Algeria and Sudan Denise St. Clair Religion / Theology Algeria, Egypt, Sudan Thesis 1999
Localism and Ghana's Decentralization of a Partisan Center to a Non-partisan Districts: Historical Overview and a District's Perspective Kwasi Boadi Governance, History, Political Science Ghana Dissertation 1999
Migration and Rural Development in Gambia Madi Touray Development, Immigration / Migration The Gambia Dissertation 1999
Multinational Companies and Rural Development in Cameroon: A Case Study of Pamol Limited Aja Oro Development Cameroon Dissertation 1999
Njia Mbili Zilimshinda Fisi: The Issue of Language, Education, and Development in Contemporary Tanzania John Inniss Development, Education, Language, Youth Tanzania Dissertation 1999
Pan-Africanism and the Afro-Arab Dilemma Ron Nichols Pan-Africanism Dissertation 1999
The Political Economy of Pricing Petroleum Products: A Case Study of Distribution and Economics on the Licensed Independent Marketers in Ondo Local Government Area, Nigeria Fungbe Aderele Economics, Energy, Governance, Political Science Nigeria Dissertation 1999
The Role of the Organizations of People's Supervision in the Administration of the New Cities in Egypt: A Study of Three Cities: 10th of Ramadan, 6th of October and 15th of May Mohamed Hamada Governance Egypt Dissertation 1999
Africa-Japan Relations: From Economic Development to Human Development Naoko Takemoto Development, Economics Japan Dissertation 1998
African-centered Bookstores as Weapons of Culture: Applying the Thoughts of Amilcar Cabral to the Development of Black Cultural Institutions in the U.S. Bernard Sutton Culture, Development, Sociology United States Thesis 1998
African-centered Bookstores as Weapons of Culture: Applying the Thoughts of Amilcar Cabral to the Development of Black Cultural Institutions in the U.S. Bernard Sutton Culture, Development, Sociology United States Thesis 1998
The Africa Debt Crisis and Endogeneization of Development: The Case of Cameron, 1975-1992 Dominic Ntube Development, Education, Foreign Policy Cameroon Dissertation 1998
The Entrance of Women into Higher Education in the New South Africa: Factors that effect the entrance of Black women into traditionally male-dominated fields of study Rowena Martineau Education, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Gender Studies, Youth South Africa Thesis 1998
The Politics of the Post-Revolutionary Economic Reform in Mozambique, 1984 – 1994 Murrell Brooks Economics, Governance, Political Science Mozambique Thesis 1998

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