University of South Wales

Cardiff • Pontypridd • Caerdydd


PONT Community to Community Development Centre (C2C)


The following publications are available from the centre on request where not otherwise published.

Follow the 'Contact Us’ link on the Home Page and ask for David Jenkins or Jim Richardson

David Jenkins, Wellbeing in Namatala (2009) Defining Poverty in Informal Urban Settlements, NDR Colloquium, University of Wales

David Jenkins, Catherine Gateri, Anna Nakayenza
Considering real estate in the sustainable development of Mbale, Uganda (2009) RICS award for the best paper on sustainability, COBRA Conference, Cape Town

Gateri, C, Nawangwe, B, and Jenkins, DH
Integrating informal land delivery systems into urban land use planning: a case study of Mbale Municipality, Uganda (2009) COBRA Conference, Cape Town

Kinuthia, Mofor, Melo and Djialli (2009) Energy in Cameroon: The potential for transforming Wastes to Riches. Materials Solutions

Kinuthia, Mofor, Melo and Djialli (In press), From Ashes to Riches: Utilization of waste materials for sustainable development in Africa
African Journal of Environmental Science & Technology

Jenkins, Kinuthia, Mofor, Thomas, Quince, Abu Tair and Okotel, (2010)
Community based resilience building: normative meets narrative in Mbale, 2010, Dealing with Disasters Conference, Northumbria

David Jenkins, Catherine Gateri, Anna Nakayenza (2010)
The Territorial Approach to Climate Change (TACC) in the Mbale Region of Uganda, RICS COBRA, Paris

Jenkins DH, (2011) Reflections on an institutional analysis of customary tenure in Uganda, RICS COBRA Conference

Thomas, HSC (2011) The uses of vegetation within a TACC pilot project, Mbale, Uganda: a preliminary report. Poster presentation, IAVS Annual Symposium, Lyon, France.


Jenkins DH, (2011) Sustainable Development in the era of Climate Awareness. A Case Study in the Mbale Region of Uganda, Journal of Property Management (with referees)

Jenkins DH, Gateri C, Manana M & Magolo JF (2011) Old meets new. The interplay of customary tenure and global land-based approaches to climate change. African Real Estate Society Conference, Namibia (with referees)

Thomas, HSC (2011) In J. Holden [ed] 3rd edn altd[ and (2008) 2nd edn; (2005) Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment. Pearson / Prentice Hall. Ch 9 Ecological Concepts; Ch 10 The biosphere; Ch 11 Biogeographical Concepts

Professor HSC Thomas [AT ] writes and updates a significant element of this very popular undergraduate key textbook completing the 3rd edition re-write this year. She is the author of three chapters – on the biosphere, biogeographical concepts and ecological concepts. Many of the case studies now reflect her interests in Uganda and in the Mbale region in particular.
She has been working with staff in the C2C linked universities in Mbale to develop environmental teaching materials for university level student

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