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 Präsentation SLE 2019

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Public presentations of the SLE Overseas Project results of the 57. course

In 2019 the SLE carried out again four study projects in Africa and Asia. Two research teams worked on the integration of the private sector into vocational training structures in West and East Africa.

Both studies have a very similar task, but differ in their conceptual approach and results in an interesting way due to the different regional contexts. Another team evaluated GIZ projects in the field of cross-border park management according to DAC criteria in several countries in southern Africa. The fourth team investigated the potential for additional income through vegetable, fruit and berry production and tourism for the rural population in Western Mongolia.

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Location: Festsaal der Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstraße 56 in 10115 Berlin


Program:

Wednesday, 20.11.2019

Overseas Project 1: 16:30 –18:00 Uhr Mongolei

Subject: Adaptation of rural livelihoods to structural and climatic changes in Western Mongolia

Team: Camilo Vargas Koch(Teamleiter), Wiebke Beushausen, Mengina Gilli,Simon Schöning, Lukas Schreiner,Jana Zotschew

Cooperation partners: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Overseas Project 2: 18:30 –20:00 Uhr South Africa/SADC

Subject: Südliches Afrika/SADC: Bridging the gap between people and nature – Evaluation of challenges and chances of transfrontier conservation areas in the SADC region

Team: Peter Weinert (Teamleiter), Bartholomeow A-obe, Christopher Eichhorn, Nadja Frercksen, Juliane Kaufmann, SarahMüller, Sergio Rakotozafy

Cooperation partners: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)und ATVET-Strukturen



Thursday, 21.11.2019

Overseas Project 3: 16:30 –18:00 Uhr Togo/Benin

Subject: What is in it for me? Perspectives on integrating the private sector in Agricultural Technical Vocational Education and Training (ATVET) in Benin and Togo

Team: Dorothea Kulla (Teamleiterin), Karen Dall, Thomas Grupp, Ronald Kouago, Thomas Nice, Mariam Salloum, Laura-Sophie Schnieders

Cooperation partners: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)und ATVET-Strukturen

Overseas Project 4: 18:30 –20:00 Uhr Ruanda/Uganda

Subject: What is in it for me? Perspectives on integrating the private sector in Agricultural Technical Vocational Education and Training (ATVET) in Rwanda and Uganda

Team: Dr. Klaus Droppelmann (Teamleiter), Amélie Bohlen, Eva-Maria Graf,Christian Kramer,Melany Riquetti, Franziska Ulrich

Cooperation partners: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)und ATVET-Strukturen

 

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