N’goran Ange-Jokébed Adjoua
Côte d'Ivoire 2021
Ngoran Jok Bed believes that grazing land is the main source of food for livestock in Sahelian countries, where it is a vital economic resource. To this end, she aims to provide clear answers through her PhD research by addressing: “the impact of management practices and the water regime on the dynamics of herbaceous vegetation in a Sahelian ecosystem: case study of Dahra Djoloff in Senegal”. Upon completion of her PhD studies, she plans to work for international organisations such as the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to further contribute to the development of research solutions in order to mitigate the effects of climate change in Africa.
Ms. Ngoran hopes to become a research professor in order to share her knowledge and skills with students, the future builders of Africa's economic development.
Field of Research
Land and agro forestry management

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