You are invited to attend the 2021 MSc Course in TROPICAL FORESTRY. The course is taught in English at Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), one of the 11 German Universities of Excellence. Over many decades, the international orientation and socio-economic focus have made this 2-year MSc course unique in Europe. You will benefit from the internationalContinue reading “Call for DAAD Scholarship applications for Admission 2021”
Your are invited to attend the 2021 MSc Course in TROPICAL FORESTRY. The course is taught in English at Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), one of the 11 German Universities of Excellence.Over many decades, the international orientation and socio-economic focus have made this 2-year MSc course unique in Europe. You will benefit from the international backgroundContinue reading “Call for DAAD Scholarship Applications”
Hi there! I was invited to serve as a Regional Expert within the framework of the DAAD/DIES/University of Cologne ProGRANT Course in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The course, which is an initiative of the International Office of the University of Cologne, seeks to train and develop the Research and Grant Writing skills of scholars in theContinue reading “Research and Grant Writing Skills Seminar in Ethiopia”
I am Ombeni Hingi, from Tanzania, an MSc. Tropical Forestry and Management student at TU Dresden in Germany. I am doing my master thesis research on “Smallholder Farmers, Support Organizations, Their Linkages and Influence on Woodlots Development in Mufindi District, Tanzania”. The thesis is integrated under the WoodCluster project.
What is the role of natural resources in rural development? What are the roles of natural resources in addressing sustainable developmental goals? What are the future paths for rural development? Are there any success stories or failures of natural resource based development? A team with researchers and students from our institute of International Forestry andContinue reading “Summer school workshop on natural resource based rural development in Africa”
The German Academic Exchange Service organize meetings again this year for all DAAD scholarship holders who commenced their studies or research work in Germany in the winter semester 2016/17. In the course of these events, we had the chance to meet, share our experiences and make new contacts with some 600 other DAAD scholarship holders.Continue reading “Lecture in the DAAD Scholarship-holders meeting “The importance of integrating local knowledge in environmental research””