• Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: from the left Dr. Abay Asfaw, Prof. Dr. Franz Heidhues, Dr. Abdul B. Kamara, Prof. Dr. Paul Vlek, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, Dr. Elisabeth van den Akker, Prof. Dr. Walter J. Horst, Dr. Anja Christinck, Dr. Andrea Fadani
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Dr. Abay Asfaw
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Dr. Elisabeth van den Akker
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: v.l. Dr. Anja Christinck
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Dr. Abdul B. Kamara
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Laudator Prof. Dr. Walter J. Horst
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Abay Asfaw
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Anja Christinck
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002:Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Elisabeth van den Akker
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Abdul B. Kamara
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2002-Winner: from the left Dr. Abay Asfaw, Dr. Anja Christinck, Dr. Elisabeth van den Akker and Dr. Abdul B. Kamara together with Dr. H. Eiselen
  • Award winners 2002

    Dr. Abay Asfaw
    University of Bonn, 2002
    “Cost of Illness, Demand for Medical Care and the Prospect of Community Health Insurance Schemes in the Rural Areas of Ethiopia“
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    Dr. Elisabeth van den Akker
    University of Hohenheim, 2000
    „Makroökonomische Bewertung der Auswirkungen von technischen und traditionellen Innovationen in der Landwirtschaft Benin (Macroeconomic assessment of the impact of technical and traditional innovations in the agriculture of Benin)“
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    Dr. Abdul B. Kamara
    University of Goettingen, 2001
    “Property Rights, Risk and Livestock Development in Southern Ethiopia”
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    Dr. Rolf Sommer
    University of Göttingen, 2000
    ”Water and nutrient balance in deep soils under shifting cultivation with and without burning in the Eastern Amazon“
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    Dr. Kirsten vom Brocke and Dr. Anja Christinck
    University of Hohenheim, 2001
    ”Effects of farmers’ seed management on performance, adaptation and genetic diversity of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum [L.] R. Br.) populations in Rajasthan, India“ and ”This seed is like ourselves – A case study from Rajasthan, India, on the social aspects of biodiversity and farmers’ management of pearl millet seed“
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    ► Summary by A. Christinck as View-PDF


    The award was presented on October 9, 2002 at the Tropentag at the University of Kassel-Witzenhausen by the Eiselen Foundation. The prize winners received Euro 5,000 each for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.