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Poverty dynamics and sustainable development: A long term panel project in Thailand and Vietnam - Thailand Vietnam Socio Economic Panel (TVSEP)

 

FOSEZA

 

Leitung:

Dr. Etti Winter

Laufzeit:

Duration: 01.11.2016-31.10.2019

Förderung durch:

Ministry of Food and Agriculture

 

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NEDS - Nachhaltige Energieversorgung Niedersachsen

 

Leitung:

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Michael Hübler

Bearbeitung:

Dr. Frank Pothen

Laufzeit:

2015-2019

Kurzbeschreibung:

This interdisciplinary project seeks for a sustainable way to implement Niedersachsen's energy transition. For this purpose, it sets up and analyzes a detailed numerical economic model. The project is funded by the Volkswagen-Stiftung and Niedersachsen's Ministry for Science and Culture for four years. The project website can be found here: http://www.neds-niedersachsen.de/.

 

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Sustainable Supply Chain Management – a comparative analysis to define best practice certification along supply chains

 

Leitung:

Dr. Nelly Oelze

Laufzeit:

2015 - 2017

Förderung durch:

Wege in die Forschung II

 

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HORTINLEA (Horticultural Innovations and Learning for Improved Nutrition and Livelihoods in East Africa) - DIVERSIFYING FOOD SYSTEMS

 

Leitung:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote

Bearbeitung:

Dr. Anja Faße

Kurzbeschreibung:

More than 20 African, German and international partner organizations collaborate to improve food security and livelihoods in East Africa. This joint research initiative funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in the context of the program "GlobE - Global Food Security" is under the aegis of the Humboldt University Berlin (Prof. Bokelmann). The IUW is involved in two subprojects: • Poverty, vulnerability and coping of vegetable producers and consumers in rural and urban areas of East Africa (subproject 9) • Elaborating value chain strategies for indigenous vegetables (subproject 12)

 

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Trans-SEC - Innovating Strategies to safeguard Food Security using Technology and Knowledge Transfer: A people-centered Approach.

 

Leitung:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote

Bearbeitung:

Dr. Anja Faße

Kurzbeschreibung:

Trans-SEC is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the funding initiative “Securing th e Global Food Supply – GlobE” and embedded in the framework program “National Research Strategy BioEconomy 2030”. Seven German research institutes, two CGIAR research centres from Kenya and the USA as well as five Tanzanian institutes are involved in Trans-SEC. Approximately 70 scientists and non-governmental professionals are involved. The coordinator of the project is the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF). The objective of the collaborative research project Trans-SEC is to improve the food situation for the most vulnerable rural poor population in Tanzania. This project is designed to identify successful food securing upgrading strategies and/or innovations along local and regional food value chains, test and adjust them to site-specific sustainable settings, and tailor these concepts to be disseminated for national outreach. After the project lifetime, the results can be implemented at different levels of policy, extension and research. The IUW coordinates work package 3: Food Value Chains and Risk Analysis

 

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South African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Use (SASSCAL)

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Klimawandel, Landnutzung, südliches Afrika

 

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Internationale Märkte für zertifizierte Schutzleistungen: Evaluierung internationaler Finanzierungsleistungen und deren sozioökonomische Implikationen am Beispiel Feuchtgebiete von internationaler Bedeutung (CERPA)

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Ökosystemleistungen, marktbasierte Instrumente, Biodiversität, Klimawandel, Schutzzonenzertifikate

 

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Assessment of Certification Systems at Farmer and Trade Levels for Horticultural Products in Thailand (WeGa Subproject 3.9)

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Gartenbauerzeugnisse (Mangos, Orchideen), Zertifizierung (Adoption, Wirkungsanalyse), Thailand

 

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Impact of shocks on the vulnerability to poverty: consequences for development of emerging Southeast Asian economies. Teilprojekt TP 03 "The capacity of agriculture to adjust to economic crisis and environmental shocks in Thailand and Vietnam" (DFG-Project FOR 756)

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Vulnerabilität, Schocks, Anpassungsstrategien, Migration, Vietnam, Thailand

 

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Abgeschlossene Forschungsprojekte

Assessing the direct and induced impacts of biofuel value chain activities at small-scale and village level for domestic and export biofuel value chains

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Jatropha, Schutzzone, Wertschöpfungsketten, Tanzania

 

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Unravelling the Potential of Neglected Crop Diversity for High-Value Product Differentiation and Income Generation for the Poor: The Case of Chili Pepper (Capsicum spp.) in its Centre of Origin

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Capsicum, Biodiversität, Marktstudien, Wertschöpfungsketten, Peru, Bolivien

 

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Environmental Change and its Implications for Population Migration: Evidence from India and Vietnam

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Umweltmigration, Indien, Vietnam

 

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The Impacts of Forest Coffee Certification Schemes on socio-economic Sustainability: Case studies from Ethiopia, India, and Nicaragua (COFEIN)

Bild zum Projekt The Impacts of Forest Coffee Certification Schemes on socio-economic Sustainability: Case studies from Ethiopia, India, and Nicaragua (COFEIN)

Kurzbeschreibung:

Zertifizierung, Waldkaffee, Äthiopien, Indien, Nicaragua

 

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Potential product markets for niche, high value and gourmet bananas exemplified

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

Bananen, Biodiversität, Markt- und Wertschöpfungskettenanalysen, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru

 

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The role of geographical indications for Basmati rice in India and Jasmine rice in Thailand

 

Kurzbeschreibung:

geographische Herkunftszeichen, Zertifizierung, Basmati Reis, Jasmin Reis, Indien, Thailand

 

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The role of certification of wild coffee as an incentive for the conservation and sustainable use of coffee forests in the montane rainforests of Ethiopia (COCE II)

 

Leitung:

Grote

Kurzbeschreibung:

Zertifizierung, Wildkaffee, Umwelteffekte, Äthiopien

 

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Environmental Change and Forced Migration Scenarios (EACH-FOR)

 

Leitung:

Grote

Kurzbeschreibung:

Umweltmigration

 

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