AMBERO remains active in Timor-Leste

Between July 2014 and May 2016 AMBERO Consulting has, in a consortium with its partner ma-co implemented one component of the GIZ project ‘Advice and Training in the maritime sector in Timor-Leste’. AMBERO has now won the tender for the follow up phase of the project, which had been advertised last year and thus AMBERO remains active in Timor-Leste’s maritime sector.

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AMBERO Year Review

AMBERO’s fourteenth year of existence lays behind us, which was characterized by successful project completions and exciting challenges in new projects, as well as countries.

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Theater plays culminate the project completion of PADDL in Cameroon

In a formal closing ceremony, the GIZ and its partners have reviewed the work of the past few years in the PADDL program (Programme d’Appui à la Décentralisation et au Développement Local). While particularly the changes initiated by the project were reflected upon, two plays illustrated specific working fields of the project in a vivid and thoroughly entertaining way to the audience and therefore contributed to a successful closing ceremony.

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The AMBERO team supports research in Turkana

It seems to be no coincidence that the Greenpeace Magazin chose a title story for its most recent edition, which dealt with the impacts of climate change. With close proximity of the big climate conference in Morocco it makes sense that the authors Michael Obert and Matthias Ziegler chose the title ‘Die Regenmacher von Turkana’ (The rainmakers of Turkana), dealing with one of the regions in East Africa, which is most severely affected by climate change. Earlier this year, the AMBERO team of the project ‘Territorial approach to adaptation to climate change in North East Kenya’ supported the authors during their research in Turkana.

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Study trip rounds off first COMIFAC Summer School

After a ten-day study trip, the first Summer School in support of the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) came to an end in the beginning of this month. Participants from all in all nine central African member states of the RIFFEAC network (Réseau des institutions de Formation Forestière et Environnementale de l’Afrique Centrale) had taken part in the education modules of the Summer School in Frankfurt during the previous two months.

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