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date: 26 September 2022

Kaseke, Edwelllocked

Kaseke, Edwelllocked

  • Rodreck MupedziswaRodreck MupedziswaUniversity of Botswana

Summary

Professor Edwell Kaseke (1954–2017) was a respected African scholar who left an indelible mark in the field of social work and social development in Africa. During his professional career, he made immense contributions to scholarship both in Africa and internationally. Incontrovertibly, his writings made a significant contribution to the development and strengthening of institutions and approaches to addressing the plight of vulnerable groups in Africa. He might be gone, but his ideas live on.

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