Africa-UniNet Country Representatives

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General information

All Africa-UniNet members in a country form the respective National Network Assembly. Members of the National Network Assemblies are those persons who also represent the institutions in the General Assembly. They are appointed by their home institutions for a period of 3 years. Reappointments are permissible.

The need for cooperation between the member institutions will be defined in the National Network Assemblies. The National Network Assemblies elect a Country representative and a deputy. The OeAD Network Office shall be notified of the result of the election in writing. The Country representatives are entitled to take part in the election of the Board members in the General Assembly. Should country representatives be unable to attend the election, the voting right may be transferred to the deputy in writing, and the OeAD Network Office must be informed in advance about the incident.

Country representatives

Here you can find a list of the country representatives and the deputy country representatives. For email adresses of the representatives, please have a look at the respective country section (members → member institution → "country")

  • Algeria

Prof. Ahmed Bouarfai (University Mohamed Khider of Biskra)

  • Austria

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Anke Bockreis (University of Innsbruck)

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Hasenauer (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna)

  • Burkina Faso

Dr. Adama Oueda (Université de Ouahigouya)

  • Burundi

Dr. Victor Barantota (Hope Africa University)

  • DR Congo

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kanigula Mubagwa (Université Catholique de Bukavu)

  • Ethiopia

Prof. Firew Tegegne Amogne (Bahir Dar University)

  • Gabon

Prof. Dr. Ayôla Akim Adegnika (Centre de Recherches Médicales de Lambaréné )

  • Kenya

Prof. Dr. Fredrick Kassily (Turkana University College)

  • Mozambique

João Paulino, MA (Universidade Zambeze)

  • Namibia

Prof. Jane Masiiwa Misihairabgwi (University of Namibia)

  • Nigeria

Prof. Dr. Christian Anieke (Godfrey Okoye University)

Prof. Abdulkarim Sabo Mohammad (Federal University Dutse)

  • South Africa

Prof. Tawana Kupe (University of Pretoria)

  • Tanzania

Dr. Zena Mnasi Mabeyo (Institute of Social Work)

  • Uganda

Dr. Patrick Musinguzi (Makerere University)

  • Zimbabwe

Prof. Robson Mafotti (Scientific and Industrial Research and Development Centre)