For the second phase of the Woody Weeds project we are looking to fill four additional PhD positions, in Kenya, Tanzania and Switzerland. A great opportunity to work in a highly international and interdisciplinary project that addresses a complex problem with the help of affected communities.
Below you can downoald copies of the job descriptions and other details. The successful applicants are expected to start before the end of 2017.
Implementing Sustainable Land Management (SLM) strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of woody invasive alien species in the East Usambara Mountains, Tanzania (Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania)
Implementing Sustainable Land Management (SLM) strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of woody invasive alien species in Baringo County (CETRAD, Nanyuki, Kenya)
Principles of SLM for the mitigation of the negative effects of woody IAS (CDE, University of Bern, Switzerland)
Woody invasive alien species in East Africa: assessing the benefits of management on biodiversity and rural livelihoods (CABI, Nairobi, Kenya)