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Expert NameDr. Adeline Derkimba
TitleDoctor in animal sciences
DivisionDesertification Program Manager, CARI
Institution
CityViols le Fort
CountryFrance
Telephone0033 467 55 61 18
Emailadeline(at)cariassociation.org
Work ExperienceI worked for seven years within a French research institute (INRA), on livestock farming systems and territorial development. I developed analysis of producer’s strategies, market chain organization and resources management. I was mostly on french and sahelian fields (Mali, Tchad, Senegal), and worked very closely with producers and technical staffs. I’ve decided for now to use my competences for improving the actions of civil society. By working closely with french and southern partners, I improve my understanding of stakes about combating desertification in sahelian areas. Thematic areas: _sustainable development in dry areas
QualificationsPhD in Animal sciences : farming systems and resources management, 2007, AgroParisTech (Paris, France)
Number of Publications15
Awards
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Publications1. Lambert-Derkimba A., Ickowicz A., Aubron C., Toure I., Moulin C.H., (2014), Sustainability assessment of pastoral systems and their contribution to the one of territories, International Rangeland Congress, Liflod Network’s Workshop, Rosario, Argentine (under press). 2. Lambert-Derkimba A, Lauvie A, Verrier E, (2013) Interactions between management of local breeds and valorization of products: examples of French cattle breeds, Animal Genetic Resources. 3. Lambert-Derkimba A, Verrier E, Casabianca F, (2011) Tensions entre ressources génétiques locales et ancrage territorial des produits : La race porcine corse dans un projet AOP, Economie rurale, 322, 39-49. 4. Lambert-Derkimba A, Minery S, Barbat A, Casabianca F, Verrier E, (2010) Consequences of the inscription of local breeds in PDO cow cheese specifications for the genetic management of the herds, Animal, 4 (12), 1976-1986. 5. Lambert-Derkimba, A., Astruc, J.M.; Regaldo, D.; Casabianca, F.; Verrier, E. (2007) PDO and sustainable development : targeting the average production as a way to question productivity ? 58th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Animal Production; Dublin, Irlande
DisciplineAnimal Science
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