• Research intern Kericho County, Department of Water, Enivironment, Energy and Natural resources
  • research intern Researcher/Professor at the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE)
  • Student Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences "Including Climate Change" (PAUWES)"
  • Irrigation/Water Engineer Chimba Irrigation Consultants
  • Research Intern West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change & Adapted Land Use (WASCAL)
    Summary
    A dynamic and enthusiastic individual with a desire to grow academic, technical, and professional skills. In pursuance to my goals, I`m seeking to work in a reputable water-related organization that presents a growth environment where I shall apply my gained skills, knowledge and experience to execute and accomplish tasks as I engage with experienced professionals to learn and draw knowledge Key Interests: Disaster Risk Management, Geographic Information System (GIS), Flooding, Community Development, Hydrological Modelling, Hydrogeology, Integrated Catchment Management, Water Resources Management, and Climate Change
  • Intern Global Water Partnership Organization
  • Research Intern Cape Peninsula University of Technology
    Summary
    BARAHIRA DOMINIQUE SAVIO holds a BSc.in Mechanical and Energy Engineering from the University of Rwanda, College of Science and Technology. Prior to joining Pauwes, he gained practical experience in plant utilities from two brewery industrial companies in Rwanda (BRALIRWA LTD AND SKOL BREWERY LTD). He was awarded a scholarship by Africa Union to master in Energy Engineering at the Pan African University, Institute of Water and Energy Engineering incl. Climate Change (PAUWES) Hosted by Tlemcen University in Algeria. His research area lies in generating affordable, reliable and modern clean energy using locally available resources efficiently and in a sustainable way. He did his six months research internship at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology  (CPUT) in South Africa. As a young researcher, He prepared an article on the Suitability of crop residues as feedstock for biofuel production in South Africa: A Win-Win Scenario, and will be published in Elsevier before he graduates from PAUWES. In 2018 Dominique was a Vice-President of Rwandan students association in Algeria. He is the current PAUWES class representative in Energy Engineering.
  • Research intern Department of Planning, University for Development Studies
    Summary
    A dynamic and self-motivated individual seeking to work in an organization that has a strong research culture offers significant opportunities for knowledge enhancement, and extensive use of ingenuity within the sectors of development planning, energy policy, climate change and sustainable development
  • Intern African Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation (AOSTI) - African Union
    Summary
    Sévérin is a Master of Science Graduate in Water Policy at the Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences Incl. Climate Change (PAUWES) in Tlemcen, Algeria. He completed a Master degree in Hydrology and Water Resources Management, Ecohydrology Track at the University of Abomey-Calavi in Benin in 2017.  Sévérin served as a volunteer of the second Cohort of the Service des Volontaires de l’Université d’Abomey-Calavi (SVUAC) after his bachelor degree, which gave him basis for serving community. As part of work experience, Sévérin worked as Junior Expert of Geographical Information System (GIS) at Agromillenium Consulting and Service Cabinet in Benin in 2017, and  since September 2017 he is the contact person in Charge of Training and Communication at ONG OMINI, based in Benin. Due to his interest in Water Innovation Policy, Sévérin did his research internship at the African Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation (AOSTI)-African Union in Malabo, Equatorial-Guinea. In 2017, Sévérin was awarded of a research grant by the African Water Association (AfWA) in Benin where he conducted a research on the risk of contamination of household drinking water. Sévérin is also part of some youth organizations where he played leadership role. As evidence, his is the current elected Coordinator of the “Réseau Béninois du Parlement Mondial des Jeunes pour l’Eau”, in the region of Couffo, Bénin. His fields of interest are Water quality and environmental health, Innovation Policy in Water Sector; Climate Change, Risk Assessment, and Management of Extremes. Sévérin loves God, music, dance, poetry and humor, and knowledge sharing.
  • Intern Ministry of infrastructure in Rwanda
  • PAUWES
    Summary
    Energy engineering master student from the Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (including climate change) -PAUWES in Tlemcen ,Algeria,, specialized in renewable energy and sustainable development.Graduated from physics department,active with well-honed communication skills and proven ability to build relationships.
  • Intern AlphaOmegaGreen
    Summary
    David Kouame Zaucyn is a graduate in Fundamental Private Law from Felix Houphouët Boigny University of Abidjan. Fellow of the American Programme (YALI) where he obtained a certification in Public Management and Leadership, he joined PAUWES for a Masters of Science in Energy Policy. Joining PAUWES with his obvious desire of making the ‘’Africa We Want’’ has allowed him to better his knowledge and passion for energy policy and law. His current research focuses on the favourable legal and regulatory environment for renewable energy development in Africa. David Kouamé has done his career and research internships at Alpha Omega Green in Montpellier / France as Energy Law and Policy Analyst. He has participated in many projects and international trips on diverse topics such as the Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development (Bonn /Germany), Global Citizenship and Human Rights (Nabeul / Tunisia), 100years of the WW1 (Berlin/Germany) and will take part to the Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy (Chicago/USA). He has also been a leader at several national and international institutions including the Student Energy Chapter (Algeria). David has the will to pursue a PhD and become a Barrister, consultant in energy policy and law.
  • Researcher on Hybrid Renewable Energy System (Flexy-Energy) International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE)
  • Research Intern WASAC-Rwanda
  • Intern Wind Energy Engineering Group
    Summary
    Forward-thinking and confident Energy Science student track of Energy policy, at Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES) in Tlemcen, Algeria, with well-honed communication skills and proven ability to build relationships, seeking a position in the Renewable Energy generally, Wind Energy Analysis, Energy economics and Systems dynamics sectors, with good background in Physics, Mathematics and programming.