Dr. Cosmas Kombat Lambini
Vice-President (Berlin Germany)
Dr. Cosmas Kombat Lambini (Ghana) is a vibrant and dynamic leader with extensive research and project management experience in several European and African countries (Germany, France, Slowakia, Denmark, Spain, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Cameroon, South Africa, Burundi, Morroco) with expertise in conservation management, small-scale sustainable agriculture, designing and scaling up rural enterprises. He has an Erasmus Mundus Masters in International Rural Development and PhD training from the Bayreuth Graduate School in management of social-ecological systems in the
tropics. He has a number of scientific publications to his name including
publications in the journal of Nature, Ecological Economics and Forest Policy
and Economics. He is the Director of Research and Innovation at the German Federal Association for Sustainability where he solicits for innovative and green projects for African countries. He co-founded Anoshe Group in Northern Ghana, the group supports rural women in agri-business by providing farm inputs with partnership from Sabab-Lou Stiftung in Stuttgart, Germany. He has presented in many international conferences including the World Bank Land and Poverty Conference, IPBES events, Horizon 2020 conferences, Erasmus + higher education conferences among others. He is the immediate past President of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association for the Africa Chapter where he and his regional team transformed the network by increasing the number of membership
and project portolio of the association linking them to the private sector and
EU-regional support. He enjoys networking and mentoring young scholars and entrepreneurs across the continent.