All the Arkleton Awards

Recipient Yearsort ascending Award Type Scope of Award Case Study
Dan Otieno Ong’or 2001 Bernard Conyers Award To produce a video film to show the ramifications of poverty against a rich fishery resource base in Lake Victoria. In addition to publish a book from the proceedings of a workshop. (Kenya)
Ben Wensley 2001 Bernard Conyers Award To publish a handbook written in Sanskrit text, entitled "Women's Health and Medicinal Plants"; The book will be published by Jajarkot Permaculture Programme and will be used in workshops and as a handbook. (Nepal)
Jo Willett 2001 John Higgs Award Dissertation - carry out research into the agricultural outputs in Kenya
Eric Févre 2001 David Moore Award To map the distribution of sleeping sickness cases in Soroti to identify the most probable point source of the outbreak and to quantify the prevalence of infection in the cattle population
Norfolk Rural Life Museum 2001 John Higgs Award Having formed a partnership with The Village Museum in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, this award is to enable the parties to work together on various projects
The Archbishops' Rural Commission on Rural Areas 2000 John Higgs Award Contribution towards the funding of a Conference following the 10th anniversary of the publication of "Faith in the Countryside"
Alexanda Smith 2000 David Moore Award To examine how the relationship between civil society and the institutions of an emergent Scottish ‘state’ is changing - focus on forestry
Ken Kalonde 2000 Bernard Conyers Award To publish and promote a booklet on herbal medicines and treatments (Malawi)
C Paul Alaga Rasan 2000 Bernard Conyers Award To produce/distribute a video entitled Innovative Backyard Mini Fish Farming. (Tamil Nadu)
Mokbul Morshed Ahmed 2000 Bernard Conyers Award To publish a book on the NGOs in Bangladesh to attempt to make clear the understanding among donors, academics, state, civil society and the general public about their activities. The book has been published and there is a copy in the Trust office.

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