Koffi Apedjagbo

National Expert, GIZ Togo

Koffi Apedjagbo is National Expert for the for the GIZ Program “Support to REDD+ readiness and forest rehabilitation in Togo”. He is responsible for the activities in the Plateau region of Togo, covering the national forestry and carbon inventory, the analysis and conception of sustainable forest management systems, as well as stakeholder analysis. He has solid knowledge in the fields of climate change (REDD+) and energy (fuel-wood), as well as practical experiences in the conduct of vulnerability studies and GIS based participatory resource inventory. Mr. Apedjagbo has an MSc in Geography (option climatology and landscape inventory) and specialized in natural resources management with nine years professional experience in rural development and climate change in development programs in Togo.