(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Mzime Regina Ndebele

Beneficiary country: 
Ndebele Mzime Regina Malawi Né(e) le 11 November 1979 dans Zomba Town, Malawi;
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

University of Zimbabwe: Master’s Degree (MSc.) in Tropical resource ecology (September 2003).

Scholarly work and publications: 

The occurrence of Microcystin-LR in Lake Chivero, Zimbabwe. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, 11: 57-62, available online at Blackwell Synergy (www.blackwellsynergy. com) Ndebele, M. R., and Magadza Christopher H.D, 2006

The phytoplankton community of an inland lake, Zimbabwe. Proceedings of the 11th World Lakes Conference: Management of lake basins for their sustainable use: global experiences and African issues; sustainable management of African lake basins. Nairobi, Kenya. 31 October-04 November 2005. Ndebele, M. R., and Magadza Christopher H.D, 2005

The primary production of an artificial lake, Harare, Zimbabwe. Management of Lake Basins for their sustainable use: Global experiences and African issues; Sustainable management of African lake basins’, Nairobi, Kenya. 31 October- 04 November 2005. Ndebele, M. R., and Magadza Christopher H.D, 2005

Ndebele, M. R. (2004). Nutrient Limitation and Grazing Experiments on Phytoplankton in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. Proceedings of the 12th World Lakes Conference: Conserving lakes and wetlands for the future, Jaipur, India. 28 October- 02 November 2007.

What the fellow says:

"The UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Fellowship enabled me to begin my PhD research at a time when conditions for conducting research were austere in my study area; it gave me great motivation to work and attempt to answer pertinent research questions on climate change in my region."