Staff Profiles

Dr. Bramwell Walela Koyabe

Dr Bramwell Walela Koyabe

Faculty of Education

Educational Foundations


Location: Block 244i Room 7
Phone: 355 5774
Email Dr. Bramwell Walela Koyabe

PhD in Research and Evaluation (Impact Research and Evaluation Specialist) 

Med in Research and Evaluation 

Msc in Sustainable Agriculture 

Postgraduate Diploma in tertiary education 

BSc Hon. in Agriculture engineering


Specialist in intervention research and evaluation using surveys and experimental designs. Ten years of teaching research and evaluation and using technology in the teaching and conducting studies more specifically in data collection, storage and analysis. 

I have done work on interventions used in behavior change in public health with majority done in HIV and AIDS research. In particular, I have conducted theory-based context sensitive impact evaluation on a risk reduction intervention, and investigated on predictor factors that influence behavior change. I have also served as a member of the evaluation team for several externally funded program at the University of Botswana.

I have also managed and coordinated some of the externally funded programs at the University of Botswana, whereby I administered all the compliance, budget and Institutional Review Board and ethical issues. In addition to this I have been in-charge of capacity building and programming of computer aided data collection instruments for intervention programs. 

Monitoring and Evaluation

Research designs and methodologies

Project design and implementation

Computer aided data collection, storage and analysis 

Agriculture sciences

My research interest is in intervention design, development, implementation and evaluation


Research and Evaluation

Journal Articles

Major, T., Koyabe, B. W., Ntsayagae, E., Monare, B., & Molwane, O. (2018). Norms and beliefs related to cervical cancer screening amongst women aged 25-49 in Botswana:  A pilot study. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences Vol 9, 141–147

Mangope, B., Kuyini, A. B., Major, T., Koyabe, B. W., & Musarurwa, C. (2017). From mainstreaming to inclusion: Have shifts in paradigms improved the practice of Special Education in Botswana? Mosenodi: Journal of the Botswana Educational Research Association. Vol. 21(1)

Chilisa, B., Mohiemang, I., Mpeta, K., Malinga-Musamba, T., Ntshwarang, P., Koyabe, B. W., & Heeren, A. G. (2015): A Contextualized theory-based predictors of intention to practice monogamy among adolescents in Botswana junior secondary schools: Results of focus group sessions and a cross-sectional study.  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 23 (8) 972-979.

In pursuit of academic excellence