Dr. Papa Sow
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- Environmental and climate change
- Mobility and migration
- Burkina Faso
Dr. Sow has integrated the WASCAL-West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use- since earlier October 2011.
Teaching activities in West Africa are:
-Research Ethics and Postcolonial Studies
-Climate Change and Drivers of Migrations in West Africa
-Dynamics of Change amongst African Migrants and their Children in Europe
He is currently working on Population dynamics issues with special links to African migrations and climate variabilities/uncertainties.
Stephen Adaawen (from Ghana)
Migration from and to the north of Ghana: historic paths in confrontation with environmental risks (Dr. Adaawen defended his PhD thesis in August 2015 at the Institute for Geography, University of Bonn, Germany)
Bukari Kaderi (PhD Student, from Ghana)
Farmer-Fulani Herder Relations in Ghana: Interplay of Environmental Change, Conflict, Cooperation and Social Networks, Institute for Ethnology (University of Gottingen) and ZEF (University of Bonn)
Willis Okumu (PhD Student, from Kenya)
Cattle Raids, Violence and Pastoralists Livelihoods in Northern Kenya-the Case of the Turkana and Samburu Communities, (University of Cologne) and ZEF (University of Bonn).
Vanessa Y. Dreier (Master Student University Bonn)
Environmental Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa. A case study on Bialaba Migrants from Northern Benin to Nigeria in search of Productive Land. (Vanessa Dreier defended her Master thesis in June 2014 from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bonn, Germany).
Tabitha Triphaus (Master student University of Bonn)
Climate Change and drivers of return migration from neighbouring countries to South-West Burkina Faso, Geography Institute (University of Bonn) and ZEF (University of Bonn)
Wendlassida Ouedraogo (Master Student from Burkina Faso)
Climate change, migration and challenges of land use/management in south-western Burkina Faso (West Africa), Department of Geography, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
Binta Dansoko (Master Student from Mali)
Environmental change and Human Mobility in the Dano watershed, Burkina Faso, Faculty of Art and Humanities, Department of Geography, Master Programme on Climate Change and Human Security, WASCAL GRP Togo, University of Lomé, Togo.
Constantine Ayikoue Akoko Kouevi (Master Student from Niger)
A Drought-related Migration impacts livelihood in four communities in the North Bank Region of The Gambia: Case studies of Fass Njagga Choi, Amdalai, Torroba aand Njawara, WASCAL Master of Research Program in Climate Change and Education, Farfenni Campus, University of The Gambia.
Ami Kafui Dédé Atikpo (Master Student from Togo)
Climate Change and Human Health in Northern Togo: Cases of water borne diseases in the Kara Region, Training and Research Unit in Social Studies, Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Jennifer Hartmann (Master Student University of Bonn)
Factors driving land use change in the area of Dano, south-western Burkina Faso, Programme: MSc Geography of Environmental Risk and Human Security Module: UM7 Risk Assessment, Geography Institute (University of Bonn) and United Nations University, Bonn, Germany.
Abdoul Haki Maoudé Kassimou (Master Student from Benin)
Impact of Climate-Income on Life Expectancy in Northern Benin, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Analyse Economique (ENSAE) and Agence National de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD), Dakar Cheikh Anta Diop University, Senegal.
Fulgence Kouamé Kouamé (Master Student from Côte d'Ivoire)
Rainfall estimates by Tamsat Method, Pluviometrical Variability Analysis and its environmental and socio-demographic impacts: Case of Korhogo (Northern Côte d’Ivoire), Remote Sensing and GIS, Option: Climate Environment and Sustainable Development (CE2D), Centre Universitaire de Recherche et d’Application en Télédétection, University Felix Houphet Boigny, Cocody, Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
Mashauri Muliro (Master Student from Congo)
Livelihood resilience of Inland Fishers in the context of Climate Change in Northern Benin, Programme Environmental Risk and Human Security, United Nations University/University of Bonn, Germany.
Mor Tine (Master Student from Senegal)
Women and Development in Climate Change Context: Female Salt-Collectors of the Pink Lake (Senegal), Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, Gaston Berger University, Saint-Louis, Senegal.
Dr. Sow has also taken part to many projects and undertaken research in France, Spain, UK, Senegal, Morrroco and The Gambia