Emmanuel Midibahaye HEMA is a water and forestry engineer, has a PhD in applied sciences of animal biology and ecology. He is a researcher at the Centre Universitaire Polytechnique de Dédougou/Université Ouaga 1 J. KI-ZERBO in Burkina Faso, a visiting professor at Senghor University of Alexandria and an associate researcher at the Institute for Development, Ecology, Conservation and Cooperation (IDECC, in Italy). Dr. HEMA now has 17 years of field experience in both forest and savannah and in the West African Sahel. He participated to the training of many students and professionals in the conservation and management of PAs in Africa and is the author of nearly 40 articles and reports on scientific research, in particular in the field of ecological monitoring of fauna in protected areas.
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