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    Probennahme durch den lokalen Partner Envaserv Research Consult
    Adaptation to climate change
    The Measurement campaign on the contamination status of various water reservoirs in Ghana has started. Even before the first heavy rainfall, the first measurements were carried out at four different locations in Accra, Ghana, at the beginning of May.
  • 20.05.2020
    Sustainable energy systems
    The EnerSHelF project plans to install measuring devices related to the use of solar PV energy in health facilities in three locations throughout the country. At this stage of the project, the locations of the three health facilities were set. The three health facilities differ in the number of beds for patients and the health service offered.
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    Ballen von Ölleinstroh am Feldrand
    Resource efficiency and circular economy
    Although the project is ongoing, the project coordinators of the CLIENT II project LINOKAS have received their first enquiries to sell the technology they have developed in the project to industrial partners and export it to Central Asia.
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    Prof. Dr. Guggenberger im Interview
    Land management
    In a short video clip, Prof. Dr. Georg Guggenberger from the CLIENT II project ReKKS explains the lessons learned so far, his experiences with the local partners and how networking between the project participants can be successful.
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    Screenshot des RIESGOS Demonstrators
    Natural hazards
    The source code of the RIESGOS demonstrator is now available on GitHub, a platform for creating and managing collaborative and free software.
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    Vernetzungstreffen Vietnam, Bonn 2020
    Adaptation to climate change, Sustainable energy systems
    On 5 March 2020 a number of BMBF-funded projects in Vietnam met up for a networking event in Bonn.
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    Auswahl eines Hauses für das Interview (links) und Forschungsdatenerhebung durch Befragung des Hausbesitzers (rechts)
    Land management
    In February researchers from the Ingolstadt University of Technology (THI) and the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde (HNEE) in cooperation with the Kyrgyz partner university Naryn State University (NSU) conducted a quantitative household survey in the municipality of Ak-Tal. The research group was able to collect important data for the next steps in the project.
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    Die deutsche Delegation mit Projektpartnerinnen und –partnern aus der Gemeinde Balinghore im Senegal.
    Sustainable energy systems
    At the end of November and beginning of December 2019 the IfaS and Nuertingen-Geislingen University Teams visited both project areas in Senegal to meet partners, collect data and advance with the planning and procurement of the investments and the two other pilot projects.
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    Green Central Asia Conference
    On 28 January 2020, representatives of the CLIENT II joint projects ReKKS, Locust-Tec and KlimALEZ attended the Green Central Asia conference, along with the CLIENT II regional office the Central Asian Sustainable Innovations Bureau (CASIB). The conference hosted by the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin marked the launch of Green Central Asia, a regional initiative on climate and security in Central Asia and Afghanistan.
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    EnerSHelf Partner
    Sustainable energy systems
    German project partners WestfalenWind and University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhine-Sieg from the joint German-Ghanaian energy project EnerSHelF convened in Paderborn to pack and ship vital measurement equipment to Ghana. The shipment left port in Hamburg on the 2nd of January 2020 and is scheduled to arrive at our project partner WASCAL located in Tema, Ghana on February 17th 2020.