I hold a PhD in Sociology from the University of Khartoum, my thesis research focused on water quality issues and the relation between health, socio-economic and cultural aspects in the context of Khartoum State, Sudan. I am Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Faculty of Economic and Social Studies, University of Khartoum, and coordinator of post-graduate studies for the same department, where I also supervise fieldwork surveys with under-graduate students.
I have been a member of the ANR-DGF project WAMAKHAIR (Water Management in Khartoum International Research), led by CEDEJ, Universities of Nanterre, Paris 8, Bayreuth (2008-12), through which I benefited of a scholarship in Paris 8 University, France (2011). I also participated as a member of the teaching staff to the « French-Sudanese Autumn School. Approaches and methods of social sciences inquiry on inequalities » (Khartoum, October 2015).
My main research interests are in the fields of access to water and natural resources, relations between water and health issues, migrations and urbanization dynamics.
Hamza H.E. Noha. 2019. The Influence of Socio-Economical and Cultural Factors on Water quality and its Implications on human Health: Case Study of Khartoum State, Sudan, PhD Thesis in Sociology, University of Khartoum.
Lavie Emilie & Hamza, Hassan El-Tayib Noha. 2014. « Du robinet au consommateur : qualité de l’eau potable dans le contexte domestique de l’agglomération de Khartoum, Soudan », Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography [online], « Espacio, Sociedad, Territorio » https://doi.org/10.4000/cybergeo.26157
Forthcoming articles :
— “Infant and Child Mortality and modern versus traditional Medical Practices in Sudan”.
— “Rural-Urban Migration and its Impact on Health Care System in Khartoum, Sudan”.