Mr. Aggrey Ntakimanye

Aggrey Ntakimanye

 
Name:  Mr. Aggrey Ntakimanye
Job Title:  Research Officer
Qualifications:  MSc. Global Change: Ecosystem Science and Policy (UCD&JLU), Bachelor of Community Forestry (MAK), PGD Monitoring & Evaluation (UMI).
Expertise:  Eco-physiology & Climate Change, Biodiversity,  Geo-ecology Modelling,
Citizen Science Approaches, Policy Consulting
Research Interests Geo-ecology modelling of Plant-Soil-Atmosphere and Plant-Climate-Atmosphere Interactions toward zero GHG emissions and propagation of high value trees.

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Selected Publications:

 
1.    Buyinza M., Banana A.Y, Nabanoga G. & Ntakimanye, A. (2008). Farmers’ adoption of rotational woodlot Technology in Kigorobya sub-county of Hoima District, Western Uganda. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 6:107-115 (2008). www.ethnobotanyjournal.org/vol6/i1547-3465-06-107.pdf.
2.    Buyinza, M. & Ntakimanye, A. (2008). Practicability of rotational woodlot technology in Kigorobya sub-county of Hoima district, western Uganda. Bot Res J, 1(2), 49-55.
3.    Buyinza, M. & Ntakimanye, A. (2008). Rotational woodlot technology in Kigorobya sub-county, Hoima District, Uganda. Botany Research Journal, 1(2), 36-42.
4.    Buyinza, M., Banana, A. Y., Nabanoga, G. & Ntakimanye, A. (2008). Socio-economic determinants of farmers' adoption of rotational woodlot technology in Kigorobya sub-county, Hoima District, Uganda. South African Journal of Agricultural Extension, 37(1), 1-16.808


5.    Buyinza, M., Nabanoga, G., Kaboggoza, J. R. S. & Ntakimanye, A. (2008) Bio-energy production and consumption options for forest conservation in Uganda. Environmental Research Journal 2(1): 37-43. http://docsdrive.com/pdfs/medwelljournals/erj/2008/37-43.pdf


Theses


1.    Ntakimanye, Aggrey (2013). A model of the growth period of Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) for the analysis of defoliation. Unpublished Master thesis. University College Dublin.


2.    Ntakimanye, Aggrey, (2005). Adoption of fuelwood energy saving technologies in Kigorobya subcounty, Hoima district. Makerere University, Kampala, http://bib.lvbcom.org/?q=node/1817.

Trainings


1.    Certificate of Competence Enhancement Training in Managing for Impact (M4I) Approach, National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) at National Agricultural Research Laboratories NARL), Kawanda, 30th January - 03rd February 2017


2.    Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) in Uganda, Forest Tends and the Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust, 6-8 April 2011.


3.    Training Workshop on Effective Access to Research Information featuring TEEAL-AGORA and other ICT Tools, Conference Hall, National Forestry Resources Research Institute, Mukono, 30th November 2016.


4.    Training in Sustainable Artisanal Mining in Nyarugusu, Tanzania and Mubende, Uganda, National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE), 15-20, December, 2015.


5.    Tullow Scholars Alumni Training in Developing Business Models and Plans,  Financing Business,  Marketing and Communication in Business, British Council, Uganda, Kampala Serena Hotel, 12, November, 2015


6.    Certificate of Training in Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) in Uganda, Forest Tends and the Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust, 6-8 April 2011.


7.    Understanding Stakeholders, Customer Care & Public Relations Skills, National Forestry Authority, September 25-26, 2008.


8.    Computer Literacy (Microsoft Office applications-MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet), Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 2002-2005.


Conferences/Workshops


1.    Stakeholder Workshop on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing, Uganda National Council for Science and Technology,  Esella Country Hotel, 09-10, November 2016.


2.    Roundtable Conference of Biodiversity Researchers, USAID/Uganda Environmental Management for the Oil and Gas Sector Activity, Kalya Courts, Fort Portal, Kabarole District, 27-30 September 2016.


3.    Workshop on Climate Change in the Coffee Sub-sector; “Action Plan to Address Climate Change in the Coffee Sub Sector," Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) Protea Hotel Kampala, 4th August 2016.


4.    Early career scientist, Regional Workshop on Livestock and Climate Change (Animal Change Project, ACP), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Global Research Alliance on Agriculture Greenhouse Gases, Nairobi, Kenya 2nd and 3rd February 2015).


5.    Free Air Carbon dioxide/Thermal Enrichment (FACE/FATE) technologies for studying climate change effects, Justus Lie big University, Giessen, Germany, May 2013.

 

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