Aidas Sanogo


Project: Land tenure in West African Secondary Cities

Aïdas Sanogo is a Research Fellow at the Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa, University of Ghana as well as lecturer and researcher in Social Anthropology, at the Centre Universitaire de Manga, Burkina Faso. Rooted in the fields of political and urban anthropology, drawing on multi-sited ethnographic fieldwork, her current research project looks into the intertwined links between urban dwellers’ discourses and practices related to land tenure in Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire and Kumasi, Ghana.

Centre Universitaire de Manga
Junior Fellow, Individual Fellowship, January-May 2021