Here you can find the names of doctoral students and researchers
MSc: Forest Economics, University of Helsinki
BSc: Tropical Forestry, Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica
REDD+, community forestry
Vulnerability and adaptation
Sustainable forest management
Environmental vulnerability, social resilience and multi-scale governance (ENV-GOV)
Social media management
MSc in Forest Economics and Marketing, University of Helsinki
Plantation forestry; Local communities; Social-ecological resilience; Governance networks; Uruguay; South Africa
The socioeconomic impacts of large-scale tree plantations on local communities. Examining the empirical evidence. (UH-CIFOR 2016-17)
The impacts and governance of tree plantation landscapes in South Africa. (2017-18) [this is my own PhD project and not directly linked to any other on-going project at the department, but I guess its worth mentioning as it tells what I'm currently working on]
Teaching courses in the ecosystem service approach, plantation forestry in the tropics, and quantitative methods in social sciences, among others.
MSc (Agri & For), Forest Products Marketing and Management, University of Helsinki, Finland
BSc (honors), Forestry, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Value Chain Analysis, Livelihood analysis, Community Forest Management, Sustainable Management of Non-Timber Forest Products.
Coordinating the Forest Landscape Rehabilitation in the Mekong River Basin (FORMEB) cooperation project: (VITRI – Dept. Forestry, National University of Laos).
Research topic: The role of non-timber forest products in rural livelihoods and enhance their
resiliency and adaptive capacity to climatic uncertainties: case Lao PDR
M.Sc. Agr. & For. (Major: Tropical Foresst Ecology and Management), University of Helsinki
B.Sc. Environmental Management and Engineering, Tampere University of Applied Sciences
Dryland resources management. Sustainable utilization of natural resources. Poverty alleviation.Biodiversity restoration and rehabilitation of degraded land.
The role of Boswellia and Commiphora species in rural livelihood security and climate change adaptation in the Horn of Africa: Case study north-eastern Kenya.
MSc: In Forestry, University of Khartoum, Sudan
MSc entitled : “Phytochemical and Antifungal Analysis of Extracts of Terminalia brownii“
- Ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology of forest trees
- Wood sciences and chemistry
- Extraction, chromatography and phytochemistry
- In vitro antimicrobial activities of medicinal plants from African forests
- Non-wood forest products
African medicinal plants as sources of antimicrobial compounds
MSc: Computer Science, Columbus State University, Georgia, USA
BSc: Computer Science, Columbus State University, Georgia, USA
Climate change, Carbon dynamics in semi-arid land-uses;
Deforestation and land degradation in the Sahel;
Climate smart agriculture; Rehabilitation of degraded lands;
Systematic quantitative review of the drivers of deforestation in the Sahel
Assessment of participatory action learning activities involving methods of fodder tree propagation, planting and restoration of degraded pasture (ICRAF)
MSc: Social Sciences, Catholic University of West Africa, Burkina Faso
Forest governance, Climate change, Policy, local democracy, Gender
Involve in the Building Biocarbon and Rural Development in West Africa (BIODEV) Project
PhD courses and research activities.
Arinloye, A.D.D., Karambiri, M., Binam, JSavadogo, P., Kalinganire, A., Bayala, J. 2016. Gender in decision making, access to and control over labor and extension services: A Perception survey in Burkina-Faso. Dryland Systems CGIAR. pp1-72
Karambiri, M., Elias, M., Vinceti, B., Grosse, A., 2016, Exploring local knowledge and preferences for shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) ethnovarietiesin Southern Burkina Faso through a gender and ethnic lens. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods, Special issue
Karambiri, M., 2015. Démocratie locale « en berne » ou péripéties d’un choix institutionnel « réussi » dans la gestion forestière décentralisée au Burkina Faso, Working Paper 20, In Responsive Forest Governance Initiative (RFGI), eds. Murombedzi, J., Ribot, J., Walters, G., CODESRIA Serie.
BSc. in Forestry Science (2003), Sudan.
MSc. Forestry Science (2009), Sudan.
Community-based acacia forests management for improved land productivity and livelihood in Sudan.
I’m doing research in the project titled: Carbon sequestration and Soil Fertility on African Drylands: Implications for Food and Woodfuel Production, Land Rehabilitation and Community Development (CASFAD).
Working on the data analysis for my PhD. study.