ILRI PhD Graduate Fellowship: Taenia solium control in smallholder pig value chains in East-Africa, Uganda
The key responsibilities for this PhD fellowship are:
Undertake a rapid assessment of the pork value chain in the districts of interest.
Drawing on primary and secondary data sources, use system dynamics modelling to undertake an ex-ante impact assessment of T. solium control strategies.
Assess options for private public partnerships and multi-sectoral collaboration and cost sharing for NZD control, including stakeholder perceptions and acceptability.
Education and training
Master's degree with a minimum average of 60% in all areas of assessment in a relevant area to the proposed research project.
1st Class or 2nd class, (upper division) Bachelor's degree.
Ability to write and speak English to the requirements of the University of Liverpool which can be found here; https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/interna