Dr Catherine Ndinda
Dr Ndinda is a Research Director within the Human and Social Capabilities (HSC) division of the HSRC. She has a PhD Social Science (UKZN) and an MSc Urban and Regional Planning (UKZN).
In 2013 she was the recipient of a research fellowship awarded by the African Population and Health Research Centre (APHRC) and funded by the IDRC. She has been the recipient of 18 grants and authored 19 research reports. Her authorship includes papers in peer reviewed international journals, book chapters, conference papers and policy brief.
In 2016 she was the principal investigator in the Department of Human Settlements Study, Baseline assessment for the future impact evaluation of informal settlements targeted for upgrading, which was also presented the UN Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador. The study developed baseline indicators for the both effectiveness and impact evaluation of informal settlements.
Her research interests are in human settlements research, monitoring and evaluation and policy analysis.
A Baseline Assessment of the Access to Water, Sanitation and Energy in O R Tambo District Municipality
Coherence of Food and Agricultural Policies with NCD Prevention in South Africa: The Case of Fruit and Vegetable Policies
A Multi-disciplinary study exploring the challenges facing the mining industry - a specific focus on platinum around Rustenburg in the North West
The spate of labour unrest that resulted in clashes between the police and miners in the Lonmin Marikana mine in 2012 is a cause for concern among the....