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Helga Recke

Helga Recke, M.Sc., Ph.D., obtained her first degree in horticulture at Hannover University and her Ph.D. in Soil Science/Plant Nutrition at Giessen University in Germany. She worked on fertilizer recommendations based on soil tests with a private company in Germany for 3 years before joining Suedzucker AG, the largest European sugar producer. At Suedzuker AG, she eventually became a senior advisor to the chief executive on agricultural policy during the GATT negotiations and was the German member of the group of policy experts of the European committee of sugar producers in Brussels. Since 1992, Dr. Recke coordinates the European Union funded Agriculture/Livestock Research Support Programme at the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute in Kenya, focusing on natural resource management, animal production and sustainable income generation in Kenyan ASAL (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands) as well as on organisational development.

Helga Recke

Programme Coordinator, ARSPE
European Union/
Kenya Agricultural Res. Inst.
Agr./Livestock Res. Supp. Prog.
c/o GTZ Office, PO Box 470
Nairobi, Kenya 00100

(Tel) 254-20-583339
or 254-733-635933
(Fax) 254-20-583339
or 254-20-575089

hrecke@kari.org
h.recke@cgiar.org

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