Awards, Scholarships, Grants, and Honours

Board of Graduate Studies Research Scholarship. Gender Mainstreaming & Programming in Agricultural Development, March 2012, University of Guelph. 15,000 CD.

Dean’s Scholarship to Research and Leadership Skills, Ontario Agricultural College, January 2011. University of Guelph. Developing Capacities of Indigenous Women in Market Chains for Native Potatoes in the Central Andes of Peru. 10,000 CD.

Craig Pearson International Research Scholarship F2010. October 2010. Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph. Gender Programming and Analysis of Market Development for Niche Crops in the Peruvian Altiplano. 10,000 CD.

LACREG – Research Grant. AUCC/IDRC F2010. July 2010. Government Of Canada – IDRC/AUCC. Gender Analysis of Native Potatoes market Chains in Central Peru. 20,000 CD.

Ontario Graduate Scholarship (Research). January 2010. Government of Ontario, Canada. Women in Agri-Food Chains in Peru. University of Guelph. 20,000 CD.

Students for Development Internship Program – Summer 2007. June 2007 to June 2008. Government of Canada. Undertaken by CIDA/AUCC. 15,000 CD.

Taffy Davison Memorial Research Travel Grant. May 2007. 5,000 CD

Richard and Sophia Hungerford Graduate Travel Research Grants. (March 2007). 5000 CDUndergraduate Scholarship. Department of Physiology. International Potato Center, (CGIAR) Lima,Peru. 1986-1990. 60,000 USD.

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