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    West-African Center for Sustainable Rural Transformation: our partners

    Project Partner

    University of Bonn, Germany/Center for Development Research Bonn (ZEF)

    ZEF is an international and interdisciplinary institute aiming to contribute with its research, education and policy dialogue to enhancing sustainable (human) development and combating poverty in Asia, Africa and Latin America. ZEF has been conducting academic and (post-)doctoral education and training of young scientists and academics from developing and transition countries for the past twenty years.

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    University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana/Institute for Statistical Social and Economic Research

    Institute for Statistical Social and Economic Research is conducting research in the social sciences in order to generate solutions for national development. It currently serves as the research wing under the College of Humanities, University of Ghana. The institute engages in policy relevant research whose findings are intended to help policy makers on the best policy decisions to make for national development.

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    Université Abdou Moumouni Niamey, Niger/Faculty of Science and Technology

    Université Abdou Moumouni is the largest and most acknowledged University in Niger. The Faculty of Sciences and Techniques has five departments and runs 15 different master programs. The Faculty of Science and Technology, which hosts WACS-SRT, is engaged in large number of international research and capacity building programs.

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    University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana/Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Consumer Sciences

    The University for Development Studies has a pro-poor focus, which is reflected in its methodology of teaching, research and outreach services. The specific emphasis on practically-oriented, research and field-based training aims to contribute to reducing poverty in order to accelerate national development.

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    University of Business and Integrated Development, Wa, Ghana, Faculty of Planning and Land Management

    The Faculty of Planning and Land Management (FPLM) came into existence in the 2008/2009 Academic Year. The Faculty grew out of the Department of Planning, Land Economy and Rural Development (DPLERD), one of the former Departments of the Faculty of Integrated Development Studies (FIDS) of the University for Development Studies (UDS).

    The Faculty has a total of fifty (53) members of staff made up of forty-five (45) academic and eight (8) administrative staff. Out of the number, sixteen (16) academic staff are currently pursuing various PhD and Masters programmes abroad and within Ghana. In terms of students, they were two thousand and eighteen (2018) students enrolled into ten (10) academic programmes of the Faculty.