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Tropentag 2020 – Call for Papers

The international conference Tropentag calls for the submission of papers until May 3rd 2020. This year’s theme is “Can agroecological farming feed the world? Farmers’ and Acamedia’s View”. It will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, 9-11 September 2020. Tropentag…

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Collective Action in On-Farm Tree Growing in Uganda – A student research

“Mugyebaleko…!” (‘well-done you all’ in Luganda). My name is Joab Nuwasasira, a student of Master of Science in Environment and Natural Resources Management at Makerere University, Uganda. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of…

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Dynamics of Wood Value Chains for Smallholder Tree Farmers in Uganda

I am Samanya Abdul, an MSc student of Environmental and Natural Resources at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. My research topic was titled “Dynamics of wood value chains for smallholder tree farmers in Mubende district, Uganda”. This research was done…

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Key Takeaways from Global Youth Forum 2020 on Cooperative Entrepreneurship

For doctoral candidates, attending continuing training to improve practical skills is essential, so as to not lose sight as what’s happening outside of academia. As my (Kendisha’s) doctoral research within the WoodCluster project is about forestry cooperatives for smallholders, I…

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Small-scale farm forestry system: Research experience in Mubende, Uganda

I am Galandi James from Makerere University, Uganda. Within the WoodCluster project, I carried out research on wood production from small- to medium-scale Farm Forestry Systems in greater Mubende district, Uganda. Over the years, small- and medium tree planters received…

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My experience as alumna working for the institute as resource person for the master module “Planning at Project and Landscape Scale”

One of our recent alumni and DAAD scholarship holder from Ecuador, Nicole Acosta, contributed to the teaching of the Master program in Tropical Forestry by integrating her master thesis project to the module “Planning at Project and Landscape Scale”. This…

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