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Expert NameDr. Klaus Ackermann
DivisionDeutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ
Telephone0049 228 24934 268
Work Experience- Mozambique (2004-2006) and Madagascar (2008 – 2011): integrated fire management; sustainable forest management; participatory management of natural resources; land use planning; policy advice in forest sector; sustainable energy wood production; energy wood value chain - Bonn (2011-2013): combat desertification; land and water conservation measures; UNCCD processes; land rehabilitation; land degradation Geographica area of experience: West Africa, Madagascar; Sahel
QualificationsPhD, forestry, Dresden University of Technology, 2003
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Publications1. Ackermann, K.; Nill, D.; Schöning, A.; Trux, A.; Van den Akker, E.; Wegner, M., Gerhartsreiter, T. (2013): Water and soil conservation practices in the Sahel: an analysis of their potential to increase resilience of rural livelihoods. Paper for the 2nd scientific conference of the UNCCD. 2. Ackermann, K.; Flossmann-Kraus, U.; Lange, A.; Pickardt, T. (2012): Innovative approaches of communal land use planning to foster local land governance and strengthen the capacity of adaptation to climate change in Madagascar and the Philippines. Paper for the Worldbank Conference “Land and Poverty”, 2012. 3. Ackermann, K. (2004): "Utilisation of wild growing yams as supplementary nutrition and its impact on the dry forest ecosystem in north-western Madagascar." Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen, 155. Jg., 2004, H. 4: 80 - 88. 4. Ackermann, K. (2003): "Sozioökonomische Bedeutung und ökologische Potentiale von Sekundärwäldern in Nordwestmadagaskar: Analyse und Ableitung von Bewirtschaftungsempfehlungen" Schriftenreihe des Institutes für Internationale Forst- und Holzwirtschaft 2003, Heft 9, 262 p. 5. Ackermann, K. (2003): „The Role of Dry Forests in Madagascar as a Safety Net in the Rural Livelihood System.“ Paper presented at the CIFOR Conference on Rural Livelihoods, Forests and Biodiversity, Bonn 2003. Online publication:
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