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18.06.2019

4th World Congress on Agroforestry 2019 at Montpellier, France

Johannes Hafner of the working group “Sustainable Land Use in Developing Countries“ (ZALF) presented the results of integrated agroforestry systems in semi-arid Tanzania at the World Congress on Agroforestry 2019 at Montpellier.

Innovative wood-based cooking systems and integrated agroforestry systems can reduce the dependency of smallholder farmers on off-farm firewood sources. At the 4th World Congress on Agroforestry 19th-22nd May the ZALF Ph.D. student Johannes Hafner represented the working group SUSLAND and presented results of integrated agroforestry systems in semi-arid Tanzania. Together with the ZALF-Fellow Dr. Anthony Kimaro, country director of ICRAF Tanzania, Mr. Hafner demonstrated potentials for smallholder farmers to be energy self-sufficient considering drivers of firewood demand and supply at household level.

The World Congress on Agroforestry is a key international conference, which provides the platform for researchers and other stakeholders of agroforestry systems to share latest research findings on agroforestry around the world. The conference is supported by international stakeholders like the CGIAR system, ICRAF and CIFOR.

 

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4th World Congress on Agroforestry 2019 at Montpellier, France | Source: © Johannes Hafner.
4th World Congress on Agroforestry 2019 at Montpellier, France: Source: © Johannes Hafner / ZALF.

 

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