Staff Profiles

Prof Dolly Mogomotsi Mogomotsi Ntseane

- PhD (Social Policy) Brandeis University- Boston, USA, 1997

- Master of Science in Social Work Columbia University- New York, USA- 1987

- Post Graduate Diploma in Youth Dev- CYP India- 1982

- BA Social Sciences- UB 1981

- Post Graduate Certificate Bio-Ethics. Johns Hopkins University, USA, 2019

Dolly Ntseane completed her MSW in Social Policy and Administration from Columbia University, New York (1985-1987) and in 1997 obtained PhD in Social Welfare Policy from Brandeis University. In 2019 she completed certificate training in Bio-Ethics at Johns Hopkins Forgarty Bioethics Training Program. Professor Ntseane is one of the founding members of the Department of Social Work. Prior to teaching at UB, she worked at the Department of Social and Community Development, Ministry of Local Government as a National Youth Coordinator and later a Senior Social Welfare Officer. Prof Ntseane has published numerous journal articles, book chapters, monographs and unpublished technical reports in the areas of Social Protection, HIV and AIDS, Gender Based Violence, Work and family etc. In the area of teaching, Prof Ntseane has taught undergraduate and graduate students at UB for a period of 30 years. She has been instrumental in developing courses as well as training students in the areas of social science research, social policy, social planning, monitoring and evaluation, youth development, school social work to mention a few. She has supervised research studies at undergraduate and graduate levels in various areas of national interest. Besides research and publications, Prof Ntseane is an active member of the UB Institutional Review Board (IRB). She also serves as Advisory member of the International School of Social Work and Southern Africa Network of Social Security Experts.

- Social Science Research

- Social Policy and Social Development

- Needs Assessment, Program Development, Monitoring & Evaluation

- School Social Work

- Youth Development

- Social Administration

- Research Ethics

- Social Security and Social Protection

- Research Ethics

- HIV and AIDS

- Social Policy

- Evaluation research on social safety nets

- Interface between family and work

-Gender based violence

- Human security

- Appropriate education policies and programs for ethnic minorities

- Evaluation of first year experience at UB

- Illuminating the well-being of single father families

- School social work and its impact on education achievements

- The role of school social workers in Botswana

- Impact of HIV and AIDS and people with disabilities

- Evaluation of social safety nets

- Assessment of youth development programs


Ntseane, D., Joseph A., Hallez, C., Mokgweetsi, B., Kasule, M & Kass, N (2019) The features and qualities of online training in research ethics. Global Bioethics

Ntseane, D & Mupedziswa R (2018) Fifty years of democracy: Botswana's experience in caring for refugees and displaced persons. International Journal of Development and Sustainability. Vol 7 (4) 1408-1427

Ntseane, D (2017) History of Social Protection in Botswana: Towards Self-Efficacy for all. In R Mupedziswa, G. Jacques & LK Mwansa (eds)

Mupedziswa, R & Ntseane, D (2017) Social Welfare in Botswana: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Social Work and Social Dev in Botswana, Zurich

Mupedziswa, R & Ntseane, D (2013) HIV and AIDS in SADC. Social Dialogue Vol 4 pp21-23

Ntseane, D (2013) The Social Impact of Job Transfer Policy on Dual Career Families in Botswana. In Zitha Mokomane (Ed) Work and Family Interface. Springer

Ntseane, D & Solo, K (2007) Social Security in Botswana. Bay Publishers

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