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These are the 2019 SLE overseas projects

The regions and topics for this years overseas projects of the SLE postgraduate studies are clear. Our Students will work in Mongolia, Rwanda/Uganda, Benin/Togo and southern Africa.Read a short summary of each of the projects:

Mongolia: Additional income for mobile pastoralist families in Mongolia

The wide grasslands of Mongolia are overgrazed. Roughly 70-80% of the pasture land is degraded. Because of that, additional sources of income for mobile pastoralist are necessary. The SLE will describe the status quo of livelihoods of mobile pastoralist families as well as analyze the potential of vegetable gardening and nature tourism as possible additional sources of income.

Southern Africa: DAC-Evaluation of the GIZ activities regarding “Transboundary use and protection of natural resources in the SADC region”

Die transboundary use and protection of natural resources are seen as chances for the reduction of poverty and peacebuilding in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Since 2012 GIZ supports the activities of local partners in selected parks. The SLE will evaluate the work of GIZ and give recommendations to improve the planning of future activities.



Rwanda and Uganda: Use and challenges in integrating the private sector in agricultural technical vocational education and training (ATVET) in Africa

Nowadays vocational training in Africa is dominated by the state. But often the state vocational training is neither functional nor practical. Die integration of the private sector could lead to a win-win situation. The SLE will analyze this potential and give recommendations for future Public Private Partnerships.



Togo and Benin: In Togo and Benin the research question is the same as in Rwanda and Uganda. More information on the projects you can find here.

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