Elisabeth Schubiger is a PhD candidate in Anthropology and Sociology at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. Since 2020, she conducted ten months of fieldwork in the semi-arid area of Turkana East sub-county. Schubiger is currently finalizing several academic papers on oil-driven development in relation to local morality and self-accomplishment in Turkana. This work was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Agence Nationale de la Recherché through Project SALMEA
Elizabeth Ndunda is a PhD candidate in Development studies at the University of Bonn. She has vast experience working with marginalized communities, having conducted extensive research in both Eastern communities of Kenya, Turkana and West Pokot communities. She has published a chapter titled Indigenous peacebuilding in Pokot under “African Potentials” a book published by Kyoto University. Elizabeth is currently a DAAD scholar working collaboratively with Future Rural Africa institute in Germany.
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