Ndapewa Fenny Nakanyete
|07/2013 - present||Geography lecturer at the University of Namibia|
|02/2013 to 06/2013||External lecturer in Geospatial Data, and Introduction to Engineering Geography at the Polytechnic of Namibia (now NUST)|
|01/2013 to 12/2013||Crime and violence prevention local project coordinator at the Urban Trust of Namibia, responsible for community-based approaches in informal settlements of Windhoek|
|07/2011 to 08/2013||Intern at Police Justice Institute (Washington DC, USA), assisted with mapping police brutality cases of the States using GIS|
|05/2010 to 10/2010||Intern at the Research and Information Services of Namibia, assisted with mapping spatial patterns in satellite images and aerial photos of settlements in Namibia and Angola|
|01/2010 to 10/2010|| |
Intern at the Urban Trust of Namibia (Windhoek), assisted with research on Local Economic Development (LED)
Indigenous knowledge, sustainable livelihoods, value chains, gender, communal land, African languages and cultures, rural environments
|since 2020|| |
Pursuing a PhD in Geography at the University of Namibia in collaboration with the University of Cologne
|2017 - 2019||MA in Culture and Environment in Africa from the University of Cologne, Germany|
|2010 - 2012||MSc. in Geographic Information Technologies from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain|
|2006 - 2009|| |
BA in Geography and Sociology from the University of Namibia
Nakanyete, N.F., Nghitevelekwa, R.V., Matsa, M.M., Mendelsohn, J., Lendelvo, S. & Shikale, F. (2020).Communal Land Tenure Security for Widows in the Eenhana Constituency of the Ohangwena Region,Namibia. Journal of International Women's Studies, 21(1), 131-147. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol21/iss1/11
Nakanyete, N.F., Shikangalah, R.N. & Vatuva, A. (2020). Drought as a Disaster in the Namibian Context.International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR): pp. 377 – 386. Available at: https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v9i3/SR20223012241.pdf
Nghitevelekwa, R., Nakanyete, N.F. & Lendelvo, S. (2020). Access to Land and Tenure Security for the San People in Namibia: Case Study of Okongo Constituency, Ohangwena Region. In W. Odendaal & W. Werner (Eds.). “Neither here nor there” Indigeneity, marginalization and land rights in postindependence Namibia. Legal Assistance Centre: Windhoek.
Nakanyete, N. F. (2018). Persistence of African languages and religions in Latin America since slavery. JULACE: Journal of the University of Namibia Language Centre, 3(1), 80-94. https://doi.org/10.32642/julace.v3i1.1377
Nakanyete, N. F. (2018). LABA. JULACE: Journal of the University of Namibia Language Centre, 3(2), 131. https://doi.org/10.32642/julace.v3i2.1391
Franqueira, D., Vazquez, J.A & Nakanyete, N.F. (2017). Poboación Local e Areas Protexidas en Namibia. Percepción Sobre os Efectos na Salambala Conservancy.The Overarching Issues of the European Space: Society, Economy and Heritage in a Scenario towardsGreater territorial Cohesion. Porto: FLUP, pp. 360-373.
Mendelsohn, J., Mendelsohn, S & Nakanyete, N. (2010). An expanded assessment of risks from flooding in Luanda. Research and Information Services of Namibia.
2020: Participated as a panelist at a virtual talk entitled: "Other looks on the pandemic: perspectives from other peoples, cultures, and geographies", at the Institución Universitaria Politécnico Grancolombiano, Colombia.
2018: Participated as a panelist on the 5th Global Conference on Economic Geography under the theme “Poverty and Inequality: Trends, Drivers, and Policy Options”, Cologne, Germany
2016: Assisted as narrator on National Geographic’s Story of God with Morgan Freeman, Season 2; Episode 3
2016: Presented the preliminary findings of research studies in 'Communal Land Security for Widows in Ohangwena Region 'at Namibia Scientific Society in Windhoek
2013: Southern African Young Women's Festival (SAYWF) attended in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
2010: Awarded a certificate in Young Feminist Leadership by the African University in partnership with Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa in Mutare, Zimbabwe
2009: Awarded a certificate in Ecological Restoration by Gobabeb Research and Training Centre