PhD Students in Climate Smart Agriculture and Biodiversity Conservation (2017 entry)

green light

Rudo Musango

Nationality: Zimbabwean

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title: Host-Parasite Relationship of Yellow Witchweed (Alectra vogelii Benth.) and its Integrated Management in Bambara Groundnut [Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc] in Mt Darwin District, Zimbabwe

green light

Clifton Makate 
Nationality: Zimbabwean

Sub Specialization: Soil Nad Water

PhD Thesis Title: Adoption and Impact of Multiple Climate Smart Agricultural Practices in Selected Eastern and Southern African Countries

green light

Alex Zizinga 
Nationality: Uganda

Lecturer at Makerere University

Sub Specialization: Soil Nad Water

PhD Thesis Title: Modeling Climate Smart Agriculture Practices for Water use efficiency and effects on maize crop yield in Uganda

green light

 Abera Assefa
Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Soil Nad Water

PhD Thesis Title: Ecosystem Services  and  Hydrological  Processes under different Land Use/Cover and Management Practices in the Changing Climate of Central Rift Valley, Ethiopiagreen light

Abraham Kebedom

Nationality: Ethiopian

Assistant Professor in Rural Development

Sub Specialization: Policy, Institutions and Innovation

PhD Thesis Title: Perception, Vurnability and Adaptation to Climate Change through Agro-forestry in Ethiopia: the case of smallholder Farmers in Gedeo Zone

green light

Alefu Chinanso

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Soil Nad Water

PhD Thesis Title: Challenges and Solutions to Enhance Agricultural Soil and Water Productivity for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Boloso Sore District, Southern Ethiopia

green light

 

Primativa Andrea

Nationality: Tanzanian

Sub Specialization: Soil and Water

PhD Thesis Title: Effect of water management practices on green house gases emission and rice production in Eastern Tanzania

green light

Niyibigira Theogene

Nationality: Rwanda

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title: Farmers’ Perception of Climate Change, Genetic Diversity and Response of Genotypes to Climate Smart Practices in Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] in Central Plateau Zone of Rwanda

green light

Haftay Hailu Gebremedhin

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Livestock

PhD Thesis Title: The tentative research topic of my PhD proposal is in “Semi-Arid Rangelands Ecosystem Services on Carbon Sequestration and Biodiversity conservation

green light

Sintayehu Fetene Demessie

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization:

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

Ashenafi Woldeselassie

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title: Response of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) to Integrated Fertilizer and Different Irrigation levels in Eastern Highlands of Ethiopia

green light

Mulu Debela

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Policy, Institutions and Innovation

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

Matiwos HabteMateos 

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title: Camel Dairying as a Strategy to Climate Resilience and Food Security: The Case of Climate Change Impact in East Guji Zone, Ethiopia


green light

Bekelu Teshome Engda 

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title:

 

green light

Tewodros Sisay Hailu

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title: Climate Change Adaptation through Crop and Soil Management Options having Potential synergies of Climate Change Mitigation in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia

green light

Helen Teshome Tesfaye 

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Crop

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

 Eden Tesfaye Tadesse

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Livestock

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

 

Kiros Welay Gebreyohans

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Livestock

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

 

 Eyassu Mekonnen Dessalegn

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Soil and Water

PhD Thesis Title:

green light

 

Titay Zeleke Shibu

Nationality: Ethiopian

Sub Specialization: Policy, Institutions and Innovation

PhD Thesis Title:

green light