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Wanjavwa Nalengo

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Wanjavwa Nalengo

Urban Research Intern

 

Wanjavwa graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Studies from Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth. She previously interned at an architectural firm in Zambia. With the influence of her father, who studied environmental planning, and has been involved in the environmental sector within Zambia, her interest in the field of Urban Planning and Design was sparked.

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