It is entitled "Banana tissue culture: community dissemination pathways for delivery of high quality planting material to create markets for African farmers."
This project relates to the economics of banana high-value agricultural supply chains in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
The positions are funded for a period of three years, with a starting date in April (or somewhat later).
The student will work closely with national, regional and international partners, policy bodies, farmer groups and private enterprises, and the research will involve collection of primary farm survey data in selected study countries.
Students will participate in the International PhD Program for Agricultural Sciences in Goettingen (IPAG).
The candidate will be required to study in Germany at the beginning of their Ph.D., with extensive field work in the three target countries during year 2 and year 3.
Desired requirements: Knowledge of German
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, academic certificates and transcripts, an executive summary of the Master’s thesis, and names and e-mail addresses of two references.
For further details, and application materials for the PhD Scholarship for East Africans, see the links below.
For more information and scholarships application materials, see African Scholarships - PhD Scholarship for East Africans
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