The European Alliance on Agricultural knowledge for Development

TROPENTAG 2016

Tropentag 2016 was organized by the BOKU Universität für Bodenkultur Wien – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna 

 on  18 – 21 September 2016 and the theme was:

Solidarity in a competing world — fair use of resources

 

 

AGRINATURA TRAVEL GRANT 2016

Every year AGRINATURA supports students going to Tropentag conference. In 2016 seven students received the travel grant as high as 300 EUR.

To be eligible, applicant for a travel grant must fulfil the following conditions:

  • must be a student of an AGRINATURA member institution (the list of member institutions is available here)
  • must be first author of the contribution
  •  must be personally present at the venue during the conference
  • must place the logo of AGRINATURA on the contribution (poster or presentation) and agree with publication on a website.

The Awardees of AGRINATURA Travel Grant 2016 are listed in the table below:

 

 Name  University  Country  Contribution
Fazlullah Akhtar

 

 University of Bonn  Germany  Estimation of Actual Evapotranspiration Using Remote Sensing Based Surface Energy Balance System at the Data Scarce Kabul River Basin of Afghanistan
 Hernaude V. K. Agossou

 

 University of Bonn  Germany  Hydraulics and uniformity performances of an innovative bamboo-drip system
 John-Baptist S. N. Naah

 

 University of Bonn  Germany  How Do Local Agro-pastoralists Judge their Forage Resources?: Using Quantitative Ethnoecological Approach in West Africa
 Denise Margaret Matias

 

 University of Bonn  Germany  Decoding Fairness in the Value Chain of the Tagbanua Wild Honey Community Forestry Enterprise
 Jan Šmíd

 

 Czech University of Life Sciences Prague   Czech Republic  Morphological and genetic diversity of camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia, McVaugh) in Peruvian Amazon
 Anna Chládová

 

 Czech University of Life Sciences Prague  Czech Republic  Genetic Diversity of Baobab (Adansonia Digitata L.) Accessions Along an Elevation Transect in Kenya
 Riley Linder

 

 Bern University of Applied Sciences  Switzerland  MARKET CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CASSAVA PRODUCTS IN TAMIL NADU, INDIA; A VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS