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Rural-Urban Dynamics in the East African Mountains

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Sylvain Racaud
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Bob R. Nakileza
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François Bart
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et al.

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1BARON Catherine, Prof., University Toulouse Capitole, LEREPS, Toulouse (France), baron@ut-capitole.fr
Her work focuses on socio-economy of development, governance of water resources, urban development, social economy and access to services.

2BART François, Emeritus Professor, Bordeaux Montaigne University, UMRLAM (Les Afriques dans le Monde), Bordeaux (France), bartbart@ orange.fr
François Bart conducted geographical studies mainly on tropical mountains. He was involved in multidisciplinary projects in East Africa, especially in Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania). He published about a hundred of scientific publications. His main topics are rural development and new rural-urban dynamics.

3BONNASSIEUX Alain Is sociologist, associated to the LISST-Dynamiques Rurales, University Toulouse 2, Toulouse (France), bonnassieux.alain@orange.fr
His works concern the evolution of peasant organizations, strategies of actors to access to drinking water, and interrelations between migrations and climate, environmental or social crises in Africa.

4CHARLERY de la MASSELIERE Bernard, Emeritus Professor, University of Toulouse, LISST-Dynamiques Rurales, Toulouse (France), charlery@univ-tlse2.fr
Bernard Charlery de la Masselière used to be the director of The French Institute of Research in Africa (IFRA) in Nairobi (1995-1999, 2003- 2007) and the director of the « Dynamiques Rurales » Research Unit. He has recently published a book on Peasantry in Africa (Penser la question paysanne en Afrique intertropicale, PUM, Toulouse, 2014). He was the coordinator of the EU CREATING project and the chairman of the French Team of the EU RurbanAfrica project.

5EDAKU Charles, Dr. and Senior Lecturer, Department of Development and Community Studies, Nkumba University, Kampala (Uganda), charlsedaku@gmail.com
His recent work focuses on the effectiveness of State systems in promoting accountability in transitional justice; the case of LRA and Karamojong (Uganda); and land miniaturization and class formation in Africa, especially a reassessment of Bugisu region, Eastern Uganda.

6EDOUARD Jean-Charles, Professor of Geography, University Clermont Auvergne (France), CERAMAC Research Centre, Clermont-Ferrand (France), J-Charles. EDOUARD@univ-bpclermont.fr
He is specialised on issues of small and medium-sized towns and urban planning. His recent works deal with attractiveness indicators and policies in secondary towns as tools of local development.

7GUILLERMOU Yves, Dr. and Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, University Toulouse 3, LISST-Dynamiques Rurales, Toulouse (France), yves.guillermou@gmail.com
His work focuses on agriculture, rural development and especially on farmers’ organizations.

8KIHONGE Ephantus, Dr. and Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Nairobi (Kenya) kihongeephantus@gmail. Com
His work focuses on entrepreneurship and urban-rural linkages in Kenya.

9MAINET Helene, Dr. and Senior Lecturer in Geography, University Clermont Auvergne (France), CERAMAC Research Centre, Clermont-Ferrand (France), Helene. MAINET@univ-bpclermont.fr
Her researches are concentrated on small and medium-sized towns and their role in urban-rural relationships. Important scientific interests and lectures are placed on urban geography and development in non-metropolitan areas.

10MBATARU Patrick, Dr. and Lecturer, Departement of public Policy and administration, Kenyatta University, Nairobi (Kenya), mbataru. patrick@ku.ac.ke
Dr. Mbataru is currently working on economic policies in Africa, the changing global ‘geo-economics’, and the middle classes in Africa. He is also a newspaper columnist writing on diverse social economic issues.

11MBONILE Jethro Milline, Prof., Geography Department, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), mmbonile@udsm.ac.tz
His main research interest is in migration and development. The subjects of his publications include population pressure, food security, land use change, environment change, rural-urban migration and are often focused on the situation in African countries.

12MUKWAYA Isolo Paul, Dr. and Lecturer, Department of Geography, Geo-informatics and Climatic Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda), pmukwaya@gmail.com
Over the last 10 years, Paul. I. Mukwaya has put special research emphasis on urban systems analysis with planning, livelihoods, local economic development and environmental issues at the core of his analyses.

13MURIITHI Kariuki Joseph, Dr. and Senior Lecturer, Department of Environmental Studies and Community Development, Kenyatta University, Nairobi (Kenya), jkariukim03@yahoo.co.uk
His works focuses on conservation tourism, certification and ecotourism in Kenya, particularly the question of the eco-rating scheme within the Kenya ecotourism sector? Recently he works on « urban green developments »

14NAKILEZA Bob R.is a PhD holder in Environmental geography (Cape Town University) and a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda), nakilezabob@gmail.com
His recent research and publication orientation is on dynamics in rural-urban interactions, eco-disaster risk reduction, socio-ecological systems and how this shapes the geographical space in rural and urban environments. He is an active member of Afromont.

15NANTUMBWE Clare M., Mountain Resource Centre, Department of Geography, Geoinformatics and Climatic Sciences, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda), clarenantumbwe@gmail.com
She works on Land Use Change especially in Mont Elgon.

16RACAUD Sylvain, Dr in Geography, Researcher and Deputy Director of IFRA-Nairobi, geosracaud@gmail.com
His research investigates urban-rural linkages in Africa through commercial networks. His work focuses on the structuring of trade routes between African trading posts and mountainous villages. He recently started research on the links between the urban informal economy (especially street vending) with the rural informal economy. From 2017 onwards, he is Senior Lecturer at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne, UMR 5115 LAM.

17TENYWA Moses, Prof., Department of Agricultural Production, School of Agricultural Sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala, tenywamakooma@yahoo.com

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