(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Cheick Tidiane Ndiom

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Ndiom Cheick Tidiane Mauritania Né(e) le 29 July 1969 dans , Mauritania
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Last degree obtained: 

University of Évry-Val d’Essonne, France: Master’s degree in Human and Social Sciences, specialization: Towns, Territories and Governance (International Cooperation and Solidarity) (20 March 2009).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Coopérations internationales pour l’Afrique de l’ONG GIPF [International Cooperation for Africa by the Non-Governmental Organization GIPF], Master’s thesis. Master 2 (professional M2), specialization: Towns, Territories and Governance (International Cooperation and Solidarity). Thesis directors: Frédéric Leroy and Abysse Gabrielle Royant, 2007-2008.

Le Développement de l’écotourisme dans le Parc National du Banc d’Arguin et ses abords [Ecotourism Development in and around the Banc d’Arguin National Park]. M2 research dissertation, specialization: Environment, Habitats, Techniques and Societies (Landscapes, Habitats, Sustainable Development). Jointly accredited with the University of Paris-Diderot (Paris 7), the National Museum of Natural History (Paris) and the National Agronomic Institute Paris-Grignon. Supervisor: Claire Ollivier, 2006-2007.

L’Évolution de l’occupation des périmètres irrigués dans la Moughataa de Rosso entre 1978 et 1998: approche cartographique [Trends in Occupation of Irrigated Areas in the Moughataa (department) of Rosso, 1978-1998: a Cartographic Approach]; Master’s thesis (M1). Supervisor: Mohamed Lemine O. Sidi Baba, 1998-1999

What the fellow says:

"The fellowship provided funding for a doctoral thesis that will have an operational research thrust. On completion of my thesis, I intend to serve my country, Mauritania, and to contribute to the various endeavours that lead to development."