Kenneth is an MA candidate in a joint program with the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University with a specialization in International Development Policy. In the past Kenneth has worked with a number of development organizations in their policy and advocacy work. Having lived in a number of southern African states Kenneth has developed an interest in rural development issues. While a big supporter of fruits of all kinds, Kenneth cannot understand why anyone would bother eating raspberries, the world’s most overrated food.