Agrinatura travel grants award results

  • 22nd September 2011
  • by manager
Agrinatura News

Here you will find information about winners of recent Agrinatura travel grant competition for Tropentag

A close competition to win eight grant awards valued at up to 500 € per award was up for grabs.  Winners will each receive the sum in cash during the conference in Bonn.

The winners of the competition in the year 2011 are as follows: (arranged in haphazard order)

Name of the student
University of origin
Name of the contribution
Kristina Rušarová
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague Czech Republic
Assesment and Perspectives of Mechanical-power Technology Implementation in Agriculture in Angola
Mesfin Tilahun Gelaye
Contingent Valuation Analysis of Rural Households’ Willingness to Pay and Contribute Labor for Frankincense Forest Conservation
 Lukáš Huml Czech University of Life Sciences Prague  Czech Republic Multipurpose tree species used by small-holder farmers in Peruvian Amazon
 Sharif Ahmed Mukul
University of Copenhagen
Denmark Ecological Trade-offs Between Plant Biodiversity, Land-uses and Management Intensification
 Ludvík Bortl Czech University of Life Sciences Prague  Czech Republic Adoption and socio-economic evaluation of agroforestry multistrata systems in Peruvian Amazon
 Jitka Perry Czech University of Life Sciences Prague Czech Republic Native Chili Peppers Conservation using Agroforestry Multistrata Systems in Peruvian Amazon
Justice Tambo University of Copenhagen  Denmark Views from the Vulnerable: Smallholder Farmers’ Perceptions and Adaptations to Climate Change in North-East Nigeria
Hima Devi Uprety BOKU  Austria Understanding the exercise of discretion in community forestry policy implementation: Application of Street-Level Bureaucracy theory to a case study from Nepal