Combating drought, land degradation and desertification
for poverty reduction and sustainable development

The contribution of science, technology, traditional knowledge and practices 

9-12 march 2015, Cancún, Mexico

Combating drought, land degradation and desertification for poverty reduction and sustainable development

The contribution of science, technology, traditional knowledge and practices 

9-12 march 2015, Cancún, Mexico

 

Patrice DJAMEN NANA

Patrice DJAMEN NANA

is a scientist from Cameroon, working in Burkina Faso for the non-government organization African Tillage Network, as the sub-regional coordinator for West and Central Africa. 

He holds a Ph.D. in agriculture and sustainable development. His work promotes the development of innovative techniques and approaches for the sustainable management of lands as a means to improve the livelihood of smallholder farmers in West and Central Africa. The generation of informative and operational knowledge, training of relevant stakeholders and collective learning on conservation agriculture and climate-smart farming practices are at the heart of his activities. 

OTHER MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE