Catherine I.M. Hastie, MBE (1957), was born in 1906. She was educated in Glasgow, Scotland, at the Girls' High School and Glasgow University.
In 1946 Hastie joined the Colonial Service in Uganda as a Welfare Officer. She was appointed to the post of Assistant Commissioner (for women's community development) in 1957, and became an Adviser to women's community development in 1959.
"The value of home economics education in a developing country": text of an address, with illustrative material used in community development work in Uganda.
Deposited with the Oxford Development Records Project.Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was transferred to the library from the Oxford Development Records Project.Access Conditions
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Listed as no. 1146 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).
Hastie | Catherine I M | b 1906 | welfare officer in Uganda
Community development | Uganda
Great Britain | Colonies | Uganda
Uganda | Officials and employees