The Kesho Trust


Masters Student Selected

August 6, 2021
Katelynne Herchak has been selected as the student to enter the Masters program at UVic that is funded under our IKG project. She will begin her studies in September and will undertake her field research in Tanzania in 2022. We welcome Kate to the team and wish her every success in her studies. Follow this link for information about Kate.

Research Grant Available for Tanzanian Students

July 13, 2021
Are you currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution in Tanzania and looking for some support for your field research? Are you working in the area of land and water management and governance of natural resources within Maasai communities? Would you be interested in joining our project activities? If so, we would like to hear from you. We are interested in finding keen and capable students who have research interests that align with our project goals. Depending on the financial needs for research acitvities of individual students it may be possible to support more than one student. Please review this information bulletin (Tanzania Field Research Support) and contact us.

Funded MA Position Available at UVic

June 24, 2021
Interested in joining our recently funded SSHRC partnership project ‘Indigenous Knowledge Bridging of Land and Water Governance in Tanzania and Canada?  Or know someone who might be?  We have a two year funded position for the appropriate candidate looking to do a Masters degree based on research with the Maasai in Tanzania.  Check this link (MA UVic) to see details of this excellent opportunity …. but do it soon.  Applications are invited before July 10 and the program starts in September, 2021.